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LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

H0BBI8 rBAKXLIN, FSESIDENT. 
SPENCER L. BENEDICT, Vice Prea't. PLINY FREEMAN, Actuary. 



The N. Y. Mutual Insurance Company has, during the four years in 
which it has been in operation, issued 3698 Policies, and paid, for losses, 
^69,000. In fifteen instances, the sum insured was for the benefit of 
the Widows and Orphans of the deceased ; and, in a number of cases, 
the timely relief, thus affi>rded, has been the means of keeping together 
families, and saving them from destitution. 

The assets of the Company, for the payment of losses, already exceeds 
Two Hundred Thousand Dollars, invested in United States and N. Y. 
State Stocks, Mortgages, &c. The undivided reserved Fund, to meet 
future losses, is ^85,322. 15. 

" Life Insurance is one of the proudest triumphs of modem civilization, 
to have conceived the design of providing against an inevitable contin- 
gency, and disarming it of its worst consequences. Wliile we live we 
may protect those who are dependent upon us ; but when death severs 
the ties of all others most dear, it is a consolation to know that our fore- 
sight lias made provision for the events to which we can no longer min- 
ister." 

Persons may be insured for a single year, for any number of years, or 
for life ; they may effect Insurance on their own lives, or the lives of oth- 
ers. A man may effect insurance on his own life in the name of his wife, 
for her benefit, and payable to her ; and in case of her death previous to 
the death of her husband, payable to her children for their use, and to 
their guardian if under age. Each person insuring, becomes a member 
of the Company, and entitled to vote, and when the policy is for life, 
shares in alt the profits. When the policy is for life, and the annual 
premium shall exceed $50, the assured may, for 40 per cent, of the 
amount, give a note at twelve months, on interest; the interest on 
\rhich to be paid annu&lly. 

HSNRT IVHIPPIiB, 

Agent for the above Company, for Salem and Vicinity. 

DR. BENJ. OOZ, Medical Examiner. 



(HT^ BOOKS, showing the advantages of Life Insurance, upon the 
Mutual System, conditions luid mode of effecting Insurance, may be had 
on appUcation to the Agent, 

190 ^BSSEX STREET, SALEM. 



Small Profits, and Quick Returns!! 

GEORGE W. SEAVERNS. 

CUSTOM AND READT-MADE CLOTHING 

— Alfl) 

svaiirxssixiriii diiioats 

BSTABIilSHMBNT, 

No. 24 "Washingtoxi Street, Salem. 

CONDTTCTED STBICTLT ON THE ONE FBICE STSTEH! 



At this Store^ each article has the price afiixed to it, in plain figores, 
and ftom that price there will be no deviation. The assortment of 

Gentlemen's and Boys' Clothing and Furnishing Goods, 

will always be large and sauonabU. An inspection, by all wishing to 
purchase, is respectfully solicited. In the CUSTOM DEPART- 
MENT, it will be fonnd that the 

PRZOES ARE X.OWER 

Than at Establishments where Custom Work only Is done ; as not only 

the business is not dependent upon that branch alone, but, also, 

the whole business being CASH« it can be afforded less. 

CUT AND MADE, OR CUT ONLY. 

GEORGE W. SEAVERNS, 

24 WASHXNGTON STREET, 

(Sign of Loitt Flag Staff akd Flao.) CSATI/iTBIEiTn 



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SALEM DIRECTORT: 

THE CITY RECORD, 

BANKS, INSURANCE COMPANIES, CHUBCHES, AND 
SOCIETIES. 

NAMES AND BUSINESS OF THE 
CITIZENS, 

AN ALMANAC FOR 1851, 

WITH ▲ 

VARIETY OF MISCELLANEOUS MATTER. 



BT GEORGE ADAMS. 



SALEM: 



HENRY WHIPPLE, PUBLISHER, 
1851. 



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LIST OF CONTENTS. ' ' 




AdyerUsementi \ 

Banks in Salem 181 

Boundaries of Wards* • • 84 

Basiness Key 168 to 171 

Calendar 8 to 81 

Churches and Ministers 178 

Census of Massachusetts 205 

" Essex County. ..... -206 

" Salem 206 

City Goyemment 172 

Courts 195tol97 

Custom House 184 

Constables 174 

Counting-houM Almanac 7 

Dany ers Directory 245 to 252 

Deaths in Salem, 1860 206 

Eclipses 5 

Engine Companies 177 

Expresses 197 

Fire Clubs 177 

Halls, Public Buildings, &e 34 

Historical Eyents 9 to 80 

Insurance Companies 188 

Masonic Society 194 



MiUtaty ^f^ 

Moaenm 189 

Names of the Inhabitants 85 

Newspapers in Salem 180 

^^ In Essex County.. -180 

Odd Fellows 194 

Railroad Companies 

' Eastern 199 

Essex 200 

Salem and Lowell 200 

\ South Reading Branch 198 

Reading Booms 184 

Schools 175 

Shipping List of Salem 6 

Societies and Incorporated Com- 
panies 185 to 194 

Sons of Temperance 195 

Stages running from Salem • • • .200 

Streets, Courts, and Places 82 

Towns in Essex County 206 

Undertakers • 170 

Washington Square 4 

Wealth of Massachusetts 207 

Wharyei 84 



Browne & Price's Store 210 

D. B. Brooks' Bookstore, first coyer. 

Eastern Railroad Depot 199 

Essex and Mansion Houses 208 & 209 



Engravings and Views, 



J. Emerton's Store 211 

A. F. Simmons's Store, last coyer. 

Map of Salem, first coyer. 

View of Phillips' Wharf 201 



Changes of Names in the Directory, 

Names in 1860 5,820 1 Names erased, 1850 1,025 

Increase in 1860 251 Names added, 1850 1,276 

Remoyals, &c., 1850 1,495 

Names in 1850 6,671 

j Total Alterations 8,796 

Numerous changes, not enumerated in the aboye. haye also been made 
in the Business Directory, and in the City and Miscellaneous Departoiento. 
With these, the whole number of alterations probably amounts to 8,000 or 
lO/KX). 



DAXSELL A MOOKX, PBIKTXBS, 16 DEY0N8HIBB ST., BOSTON. 
OOPTBIOHT BBOCBXD. 



INTRODUCTION. 



A new edition of the Directory is now presented to the public. 
We have endeavored to make it a correct record of the names 
and business of the citizens, with such information respecting 
the local institutions, &c. as may possess a general interest. 
Errors of course will be detected, as it is impossible to have a 
work of this character accurate, when changes are continually 
taking place ; and these, we trust an indulgent public will over- 
look. If any should occur we desire that they should be 
communicated to the publisher for correction in a future edition. 
It is designed to continue this work annuallv, with such 
improvements as the patronage of the public will authorize. 

The addition, this year, of a portion of the business of Dan- 
vers, will doubtless be as acceptable to our own, as, we trust, 
it will be to the citizens of that flourishing town. 

The first Directory in Salem was issued by the present pub** 
Usher in 1837, and contained 332^5 names ; tne second in 1842a 
containing 3831 names ; the third in 1846, containing 4745 ; the 
fourth in 1849, containing 5320 names ; the present, in 1850, 
is the fifth, and contains 5570 names. 

The above exhibits the gradual growth of our city, at least as 
respects the population. 

During the last few years, the marks of improvement are 
more perceptible than they were for a considerable period pre- 
vious, when Salem was almost stationary. We intend in this 
introduction to mention a few of the prominent chan^^ea or 
events that have taken place during the year now drawmg to 
a close. 

The year 1850 will be marked in the annals of Salem for the 
introduction of gas, a more copious supply of water, the build- 
ing of the iron fence around our beautiful mall, the opening 
of two railroads, — thus facilitating our communication with the 
Capitol and with the interior, — and the erection of several ele- 
gant dwelling houses, stores, churches, &c. Much hat been 
accomplished this year to promote its general prosperity. 

RAIL ROADS. 
Salem and Lowell Rail Road. The Directors and invited 

guests passed over this road on Thursday, August Ist, — were 
ospitably entertained at North Reading and at the terminus 
in Salem ; opened for public travel on Monday, August 6th. 



8ALBM DI&BCTOBT. 



South Reading Branch Rail Road opened for the inspec- 
tion of stockholders and others on Saturday, August Slst, — for 
public travel on Monday^ September 2d. Distance from Bos- 
ton to South Reading, over Boston and Maine Rail Road, 9 
miles; from South Reading to South Danvers 8 1-8 miles; 
from South Danvers to Salem, over the Essex Rail Road, 1 3-8, 
miles ; total distance 18«| miles. 

WASHINGTON SQUARB. 

On Monday evening, May 27» 1850, the City Council appro- 
priated 57000 for the erection of a substantial iron fence around 
Washington Square. 

This place, or a portion of it, has for a long period been used 
for militanr parades. In 1714 the commoners in the general 
division ot tne Common lands voted that the spot <* where the 
trainings are generally kept before Nathaniel Higginson's 
house shall be forever as a training field for the use ofSalem." 
fMr. Higginson's house stood on the site of the present East 
Church). Its surface was formerly much diversified, having 
several ponds and hillocks ; the ponds bore the names of the 
owners of the land adjacent. 

Until the year 1770, considerable portions of the Common 
were leased to individuals for various purposes. In that year a 
large building was erected on the north-east comer, for the 
accommodation of the Alms-house, and remained until the 
completion of the present one on the Neck in 1815. For several 
years after 1801, there stood near the south-west corner, the oM 
school-house, which has since been removed to East street, and 
BOW accommodates one of the intermediate schools. 

On the 3d of October, 1801, a subscription paper was opened, 
for raising a sum of money sufficient to defray the expense of 
levelling the Common, and planting trees around it. The first 
meeting of the subscribers was held at the Court House, on 
the 2d of November, when it vras ascertained that the sub- 
scription had amounted to nearly ^2000. On the 9th of No- 
vember, the town voted to approve the project, and three days 
afterwards the Chairman of the Committee of the subscribers, 
Gen. Elias H. Derby, advertised for teams and laborers to com- 
mence the work immediately. In 1802 about one hundred elms 
were set out, and many Lombardy poplars. In 1818 about two 
hundred more elms were planted, in lieu of the poplars which 
had been removed. In 1802, by order of the Selectmen it was 
called ** Washington Square," its present name. 

The two beautiful arches which have recently been removed, 
were erected about the same time ; they were designed and 
executed by our late townsman, Samuel Maelntire, who died in 



8ALEU DIBBCTOBT. 



February, 181 1 . His fine taste and skill, as exemplified in these 
and other structures which have beautified and yet adorn our 
city, haTe won for him a hiffh rank among architects. The Court 
House, which was fiGnished in 178(5, and removed in 1839, (for 
sketch and description see Massachusetts Magazine for IZdO,) 
and the spire of the South Church, were planned by him. The 
Eagle now surmounts the City Hall. The ornamental work 
has been preserved in the Town Hall, and we trust it will be 
arranged m some conspicuous place as a permanent memorial. 
The new fence, including the fi;ateways, was erected under 
the direction of Messrs. Denio, Cheney & Co., of Boston, the 
contractors ; the length is 2584 feet and 6 inches, and cost 
57)050. The work is done in a most excellent and perfect 
manner ; the pattern of the iron railine is neat, and not elabo- 
rate : the gateway on the westerly side presents a beautiful 
appearance, and the effect of the whole is very fine. 

ECLIPSES. 

In 1851, there will be four Eclipses, — two of the Sun, and 
twoof Uie Moon. 

I. A Partial Eclipse of the Moon, Jan, 17) invisible at Boston. 

II. An AnntUar Eclipse of the Sun, Jan. 31, invisible at Boston. 
This Eclipse will be visible in the Indian Ocean, in the south 

of Africa, Madagascar, Victoria Land, New Zealand, Australia, 
and New Guinea. 

III. A Partial Eclipse of the Moon, July 13, visible (U Boston. 

d. h. m. 
Beginning, July 13, 1 6 M. > 

Middle, ** 2 37 M. S- Mean Time at Boston. 

End, " 4 8 M. > 

Magnitude of the Eclipse,==8.5 digits. 

IV. ^ Total Eclipse of the Sun, July 28, partially visible at 
Boston. 



4. h. m. s. 
Beginning July 28, 7 50 6 M.^ 
Greatest obscuration, 8 39 6 M. > Mean time at Boston. 
End, 9 32 M.> 

Magnitude of the Eclipse,=3.5.digits. 

This Eclipse will be visible throughout North Ainerica, — ex^ 
cepting the Peninsula of Alaska, the country lying south of 
the Tropic of Cancer, and the greater portion of 1? lorida, — 
Greenland, Iceland, the greatest part of the North Atlantic 
Ocean, Europe, in the north of Africa, and the northern and 
western countries of Asia. The total phase will traverse Brit- 
ish America, Greenland, Norway, Sweden, and Russia. 



SALEK DIBEOTOBT. 



SHUTINQ LIST 

OF SALEM, MASSACHUSETTS. 



Ships. 

Tons. 

Ann Maria, 489 

Australia, 534 
Caroline Augusta, 406 

Columbia, 708 

Columbia, 600 

Crescent, 350 

Forrester, 420 

Hindostan, 595 

Jersey, 950 

Nestor, 400 

Peterhof, 494 

Propontis, 425 

Siam, 727 

Sooloo, 440 

St. Paul, 463 

Thos. Perkins, 592 

Vespasian, 818 

Viola, 496 

Minegance, ,294 

Witchcraft, 1200 

20 Ships. Tons, 10,801 
Barques. 

Tonx. 

Active, 212 

Argentine. 299 

Borneo, *^* 

Backus, 195 

Ceres, *«" 

Cleora, 263 

Catharine, 230 

Delegate, 228 

Delaware, 220 

Dragon, 300 

Edwin Koppisch, 250 

Eliza Ann, 375 

Emily Wilder, 264 

Elizabeth Hall, 320 

Ezpeieta, 181 



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4^Br|ga. Tons. 6,808 

Vachto. 

Tons. 

PUotPoat Effort, 39 

ASoTt, 22 

Edward Eddy, 12 

Kiceia-OT^ 18 

Fasiilan, H 

Growler, 8 

Mvstery, 54 

Paul Joutis, 8 

Ptiart, 24 

li&llaf, 12 

i&i ID Tflclitft. Tons, 208 



In addition to tho above, there are employed principally in the coast- 
ing trade and fisheries about 16,500 tons. 

RECAPITULATION. 
19 Ships --------.. 10,801 tons 

84 Barques ---------- 8,818 *' 

43 Brigs - - . 6,944 ** 

10 Yachts 208 '• 

Coasting and Fishing Vessels ------ 16,500 '* 

43,271 * 



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HISTORICAL EVENTS OF SALEM, 

JVom Us E<xHy SeUlement to the Pretent Time, 

1626— First seCtied by Roger Conant, John Woodbury, John Balch, Peter 

Palfrey and othert. 
1628—5^^1. 6. Arrival of Capfadn John Endicott with hit friend*. 
lS2&—Jtme 29. Arriv ol of Rev. Francis Uigsinaon and othen. 

Attg. 6. A Church la eatabliahed. the flrat in Maaaachuaetta proper. I 
leSO-Jtiae 12. Firat arrival of John Winthrop, aa Governor, with hia I 
aaaiatante and othera, in aafety. 



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1481 

14 82 

1433 

1432 

1481 

1429 

1426 

1422 

1418 

1418 

14 

14 1 

1364 

1847 

1888 

1880 

1320 

1810 

12 

1249 



h. m. 

5 44a 
642 
740 
888 
988 

1035 
1188 
m^n 
040 
146 
260 
866 
467 
rifles 

6 7a 
624 
789 
858 

10 6 



1116 
m'm 
021 
126 
224 
819 
4 9 
454 
684 



}86a 
120 
2 4 
247 
829 
411 
456 
541 
629 
722 
818 
917 
1019 
1121 
m'm 
021 
119 
214 
8 7 
867 
449 
689 
629 
719 
8 9 



D. 

0.4 
1.4 
2.4 
8.4 
4.4 
6.4 
6.4 
7.4 
8.4 
9.4 
10.4 
11.4 
12.4 
18.4 
14.4 
16.41 
16.4 
17.4 
18.4 
19.4 
20.4 
21.4 
22.4 
28.4 
24.4 
868 25.4 
946 264 
1083 27.4 



1146 

2 
089 

1 9 
141 
212 
244 
817 
864 
487 
682 
646 
8 7 
926 

1027 
11 8 

0^ 
118 

2 1 
244 
827 
411 



5 5 



6 4 



847 
969 





056' 

124' 

167; 

226, 

8 

836| 

415, 

6 2i 

6 8. 

726; 

848j 

966 

1064; 

1143 
8 
056| 
140, 

224; 

8 5; 

849. 
4 84! 



6 44. 



726 8 6 



9 26, 
1026 



Aug, 6. Bev. Mr. Higginflbn dies, lured 43. 
leae—June. The anembling of the first Quarterly Court 
1643— Jfov IOl Wenham set off and incorporated. 
IMA— Man 14. Manchester set off and incorporated. 
164»«— JforcA 12. Marblehead hioorporate(L 
1600— Oct. 18. Topsfleld set off and Incorporated. 

SepU 82. Brethren at Bass lUver, Beverly, have liberty to 

a minister. 
iOBtt-JfarehU. John Endirott dies. 
16G7->/tt^4. Dismissal. of Brethren from First Church, and 

mended as a church at Bass Biver. 
1668— Beverly set off and incorporated. ^, ^ . 

leSi—Attg, 13. Individuals gathered into a church at Marbiehcofl, 



obtain 
recom-| 
though'] 



12 
1 

2 
8 
4 
5 

6 

~r 

8 
10 

11 

LL 
IL 

14 
15^ 
16" 
17 

19 

2U~ 

21~ 

22~ 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27~ 

28 

29 

80 

31 



MEMORANDA FOR MARCH, 1861. 



1851. MARCH. 3d Mo. 


MOON'S PHASES. 


NEW MOON, M. 8h. aOra. A- | FULL BIOON, 17d. 8h. 34m. M. 

FIRST QUAR., lOtL 5h. Om. A. LAST QUAR., 24d. 8h. 41m. M. 

^r,Oj|e«, Id. lOh. M. P«rig«w, IM. 7h. M. j4poaee,28d.eh. A. 


D. 
Mo 

Wo 
1 


WMk. 

Sat 


BUN 
BlMS. 8««i. 


b. ». 
1113 


Dm. 

Soatb. 

6 > 

742 


Clock 
btfan 
Boa. 
m. I. 

12 87 


h. m. 

435a 


h. m. D. 

1118 28.4 


BOBTON. 1 
Hon. Etc. | 


h.m. 

686 


h.B. 

550 


h. m. 
1048 


h. m. 

11 7 


8 


a> 


685 


6 51 


1116 


719 


1225 


688 


02a 29.4 


1127 


1144 


8 


Mon 


683 


652 


1118 


666 


1213 


632 


046 


0.6 







4 


Tue 


632 


658 


1122 


683 


12 


781 


128 


1.6 


017 


032 


6 


Wed 


629 


555 


1125 


610 


1146 


880 


210 


2.6 


047 


1 1 


6 


Thu 


628 


656 


1127 


547 


1182 


981 


263 


8.6 


116 


180 


7 


Frid 


626 


667 


1180 


623 


1118 


1082 


888 


4.6 


146 


2 8 


8 


Sat 


625 


558 


1188 


5 


11 8 


1136 


426 


6.6 


217 


'280 


9 


& 


628 


659 


1185 


437 


1048 


m'rn 


616 


6.6 


247 


8 6 


10 


Mon 


621 


6 


1189 


413 


1033 


088 


6 8 


7.6 


824 


844 


11 


Tu« 


619 


6 2 


1142 


350 


1017 


14f 


7 4 


8.6 


4 6 


428 


12 


Wed 


618 


6 8 


1144 


826 


10 3 


242 


8 2 


9.6 


466 


629 


18 


Thu 


616 


6 4 


1147 


3 2 


944 


840 


9 2 


10.6 


612 


666 


14 


Frid 


615 


6 5 


1150 


239 


930 


481 


10 1 


11.6 


740 


826 


16 


Sat 


612 


6 6 


1168 


215 


910 


616 


1069 


12.6 


9 6 


941 


16 


i3) 


611 


6 7 


1156 


151 


863 


rises 


1166 


18.6 


1012 


1087 


17 


Mon 


6 9 


6 9 


1159 


128 


885 


626a 


m'rn 


14.6 


11 4 


1129 


18 


Tue 


6 8 


6 9 


12 2 


1 4 


817 


746 


051 


16.6 


1161 




19 


Wed 


6 6 


611 


12 4 


040 


759 


8 53 


14416.6 


018 


026 


20 


Thu 


6 4 


612 


12 7 


8 17 


741 


10 4 


2 8617.6 


058 


118 


21 


Frid 


62 


613 


1210 


N 7 


723 


nil 


32918.6 


188 


168 


22 


Sat 


6 1 


614 


1213; 031 


7 5 


m'rn 


42019.6 


218 


288 


28 


a> 


559|615! 1215' 054 


648 


015 


512,20.6 


259 


817 


24 


Mon 


5 57 1 6 Id 1219 118 


628 


113 


6 821.6 


888 


4 1 


26 


Tue 


555I6I8 1222 142 


610 


2 6 


668 22 6 


426 


462 


26 


Wed 


554 618 1225 2 5! 551 


252 742;23.6 


624 


6 6 


27 


Thu 


552 620 


1227; 229; 583 


334; 830,24.6 


649 


782 


28 


Frid 


550 621 


1280 252 


614 


4 91 918 25.6 


811 


862 


29 


Sat 


548 622 


1283 815 


456 


440 10 26.6 


929 


967 


80 


& 


547 623 


1286 389 


437 


510 10 43,27.6 


1018 


1040 


81 


Mon 545 1 624 


1283;4 2 


419 535 


1126;28.6 


1067 


1114 


Church. 
168»-.Voi\ 10. Persons diamianed t 

now North D:tnveni, where 
1(393— This vear Is meniomble for th 

craft, for which several pers 
im— March '27. Simon Bradstroet 
IJOG—Sept. 2. First quarterly meet 

Precinct, now South Danvt 


re wh 

con'-t 
they h 
e prevu 
onawe 
dies. 
Ingof 
oasto 
in. 


le coi 

itute a 
ad pre 
lence ( 
re triec 

Priend 
becom 


mected with the First 

church at Salem Tillage, 
aching for y'ean before. 
>f the delusion of witch- 
1 and executed. 

1 held In thii place. 

s a church in &e Middle 



MEMORANDA FOB APRIL, 1851. 



10^ 

n_ 

12 
13 

LL 

15 

16_ 

17^ 

19 

2Q~ 

21 

22 

28 

24 

26~ 

27~ 

28 

29 

SO 



1851. APRIL. 4tliMo.|| 


MOON'S 

FIKHT UU AxC^ 80. 2n lam. M. 
Peri0ee,28(l.lh.A. 


^j)O0eer25d.llh.M. 


D. 
Mo 

No 

1 


IS 

Num. 

Thu 


BiiM. Mfc 


T 

D^rs. 
h. m. 

14 8 


Bim'o 

1469 


Cloek 

m. a. 

8 1 


b. >. 
720a 


s2^ 


1 


^r 


466 


669 


o'l9a 


loT 
0.8 


h. m. 

1128 


b. m- 

1144 


2 


Frid 


454 


7 


14 5 


1617 


8 8 


824 


1 8 


1.8 




1 


8 


Sat 


458 


7 1 


14 9 


1586 


816 


929 


169 


2.8 


019 


086 


4 


a> 


461 


7 2 


1410 


1662 


821 


1082 


258 


8.8 


051 


1 8 


5 


lion 


460 


7 8 


1418 


1610 


827 


1181 


860 


4.8 


126 


144 


6 


Tne 


449 


7 6 


1416 


1627 


882 


m'm 


447 


6.8 


8 8 


228 


7 


Wed 


448 


7 6 


1417 


1644 


887 


028 


544 


6.8 


245 


8 7 


8 


Thu 


446 


7 7 


1420 


17 


841 


110 


640 


7^ 


888 


4 2 


9 


Prid 


446 


7 8 


1422 


1716 


844 


150 


784 


8.8 


482 


5 8 


10 


Sat 


444 


7 9 


1424 


1782 


847 


227 


827 


9.8 


648 


681 


11 


a> 


448 


7 9 


1427 


1748 


860 


259 


919 


10.8 


711 


761 


12 


Men 


442 


711 


1429 


18 8 


852 


880 


1010 


11.8 


828 


869 


13 


Tn6 


441 


712 


1481 


1818 


858 


4 8 


11 1 


12.8 


928 


968 


14 


Wed 


440 


718 


1433 


1833 


854 


rims 


1154 


13.8 


1018 


1045 


15 


Thu 


489 


714 


1486 


1848 


851 


788a 


m*m 


14.8 


11 5 


1126 


16 


Frid 


488 


716 


1487 


19 2 


858 


844 


047 


16.8 


1160 


• 


17 


Sat 


487 


716 


1489 


1915 


352 


946 


140 


16.8 


on 


080 


18 


Sb 


486 


717 


1441 


1929 


851 


1040 


284 


17.8 


051 


110 


•19 


Men 


485 


718 


1443 


1942 


849 


1128 


826 


18.8 


129 


160 


;20 


Tue 


484 


719 


1446 


1955 


346 


m'm 


416 


19.8 


2 9 


280 


21 


Wed 


483 


720 


1447 


20 7 


848 


8 


5 5 


20.8 


250 


810 


22 


Thu 


482 


721 


1449 


2019 


889 


044 


551 


21.8 


888 


869 


23 


Frid 


481 


722 


1460 


2081 


886 


115 


686 


22.8 


422 


460 


1J4 


Sat 


480 


728 


1468 


2048 


880 


142 


718 


28.8 


520 


657 


26 


£ 


480 


724 


1464 


2054 


824 


2 8 


8 


24.8 


686 


7 9 


26 


Hon 


429 


726 


1466 


21 4 


818 


288 


848 


25.8 


789 


812 


27 


Tub 


429 


726 


1467 


2115 


812 


250 


926 


26.8 


841 


910 


28 


Wed 


428 


727 


1469 


2125 


8 5 


827 


1012 


27.8 


988 


955 


29 


Thu 


427 


727 


16 


2184 


257 


seta 


11 


28.8 


1014 


1084 


;ao 


Frid 


427 


728 


16 1 


2144 


250 


717a 


U61 


29.8 


1066 


1112 


,31 


Sat 


426 


729 


16 2 


2168 


241 


822 


046a 


0.8 


1182 


1158 


i 1 7'U-May 13. Friends consider the building of a Meotlns Houw. 
;1718-2>ec.25. Per»on« disraissed to form the Ea»t ChuroL 
1728 -June 'Ak Middleton incorpomted. 

Oct. SI. General Court assembles at Salem, by order of GoTemor 


l74f^Sept. 29. Bev. George Whitefleld pieachee on th« CJommoa to 

about eOOO people. 
1749-Frst lire engine. 

17Sr—June 26. Danvers set off and incorporated. 
17e0-8oclal Library esteblished. '^ 



16 
1 

8 

T 

_5^ 

6 

T" 
T" 

10 

18 

14 

15" 

16 

17_ 

18 

19 

20 

21 



MEMORANDA FOB MAY, 1861. 



28 

24 

25 

26 

27" 

28 



80 
81 



IflSl. MAY. 6th Mo. 


MOOirS PHASES. 
NK W MOON, Id. 4h. 17ro. M. LAST QUAIL. 23d. 8h. aOm. A. 
FIRST QUAk, 8d. 8h. 49m. M. NEW BfOONTiOd. 4li. 2m. A- 
FULL MOON, 15d.8h. 21m. /»er.lld.2h.M.-^/>.2Sd.6h.M. 


D. 
Mo 

in; 
1 


s-s. 

W«ek. 

Tue' 


Bi^^S-. 


12^ 


Worth. 

426 


Ckok 
bcftm 
Sob. 
m. 1. 

4 1 


h. m. 

628a 


09a 


? 

D. 

29.6 


Iff^N 


b.m. 

648 


b.n. 

626 


1181 


b. m. 

1146 


2 


Wed 


641 


627 


1245 


448 


348 


723 


062 


0.9 




2 


8 


Thu 


540 


627 


1248 


612 


826 


826 


186 


1.9 


016 


081 


4 


Frid 


588 


629 


1260 


684 


8 7 


928 


228 


2.9 


046 


1 2 


5 


Sat 


686 


680 


1268 


567 


249 


1088 


812 


8.9 


117 


188 


6 


s> 


584 


681 


1256 


620 


282 


1186 


4 8 


4.9 


149 


2 6 


7 


Mon 


588 


682 


1269 


648 


214 


m»rn 


458 


6.9 


228 


240 


8 


Tue 


581 


682 


18 


7 6 


167 


087 


564 


6.9 


8 1 


822 


9 


Wed 


580 


684 


18 6 


728 


140 


183 


662 


7.9 


848 


4 9 


10 


Thu 


528 


686 


18 7 


750 


124 


226 


749 


8.9 


440 


618 


11 


Frid 


626 


687 


1810 


812 


1 7 


810 


846 


9.9 


556 


641 


12 


Sat 


524 


688 


1818 


884 


051 


850 


941 


10.9 


726 


811 


18 


& 


528 


689 


1817 


866 


086 


426 


1086|11.9 


860 


922 


U 


Mon 


621 


640 


1318 


918 


020 


riues 


1128 


12.9 


964 


1020 


15 


Tue 


520 


641 


1821 


939 


be4 


628a 


m'rn 


13.9 


1046 


11 6 


16 


Wed 


618 


642 


1828 


10 1 


af.lO 


741 


021 


14.9 


1127 


1149 


17 


Thu 


617 


648 


1827 


1022 


026 


860 


114 


16.9 




Oil 


18 


Frid 


515 


645 


1829 


1043 


089 


958 


2 7 


16.9 


032 


068 


19 


Sat 


514 


645 


1882 


11 4 


068 


11 1 


8 


17.9 


112 


182 


20 


& 


612 


647 


1884 


1124 


1 6 


1158 


86818.9 


152 


211 


21 


Mon 


610 


648 


1887 


1145 


119 


m'rn 


44619.9 


230 


252 


22 


Tue 


5 8 


649 


1340 


12 5 


181 


048 


68620.9 


811 


884 


28 


Wed 


6 7 


650 


1848 


1225 


143 


181 


62421.9 


868 


422 


24 


Thu 


5 6 


651 


1845 


1245 


156 


2 9 


71122.9 


452 


527 


26 


Frid 


5 4 


662 


1848 


13 5 


2 6 


248 


76628.9 


6 9 


6 49 


26 


Sat 


6 2 


668 


1860 


1326 


216 


812 


84024.9 


728 


8 5 


27 


& 


5. 1 


664 


1368 


1844 


226 


889 


92826.9 


841 


911 


28 


Mon 


5 


656 


1866 


14 8 


286 


4 6 


10 626.9 


988 


10 


29 


Tue 


458 


656 


1858 


1422 


245 


482 


104827.9 1019 


10 88 


80 


Wed 


457 


658 


14 


1440 


268 


457 


11 88 28.9 110 65 


1118 


17fi6-8ul«m Marine Society instituted. 

177*— Oct. 6. The greatest fire In Salem, Rev. Dr. WhltUker'a CI 

vm—ApnL First printing press in Salem. 
177^Feb. 28w Col. XesHe's rencontre at North Bridge. 

ggfc^Jo^ Srp?i^Abbotttheilrrtcomm«iderofthecdH 

1787— Apnl 19. First turned out in uniform. 

May 22. Ship Grand Turk returns ftom Canton, flrrt ve 


lurch, 
ps,Ac. 

t8,and 
Mel of 



18 
1 



MEMORANDA FOB JUNE, 1851. 



8 

5 
6 

7 

T" 

9 
10 
11 
12 
18 
U~ 
15 
16" 
17 
IF 
19 
20 
21 
22" 
28 
24 
2^ 
26 
27 
28 
29_ 
SO 



1851. 



JUNE. 



6th Mo. 



MOON'S PHASES. 

FIRST QUAR, Od. Ih. 43m. A. I LAST QUAIL, 21<L Ih. BOm, A. 

FULL. MOON, 18d. 2h. Om. A. I NEW MOON, 29d. Ih. ¥im. M. 

i>ert(;ec,5d.8h.M. | Apoo^iM.lh,M. 



Mo 


s-s. 

Week. 

Name. 


BUN 
RiM. Bets. 


». 


h.m. 


h.m. 


1 


J& 


426 


730 


2 


Mon 


426 


780 


8 


Tue 


425 


731 


4 


Wed 


424 


782 


6 


Thu 


424 


738 


6 


Frid 


424 


733 


7 


Sat 


428 


784 


8 


<S 


428 


735 


9 


Mon 


423 


735 


10 


Tue 


428 


786 


11 


Wed 


422 


736 


12 


Thu 


422 


737 


13 


Frid 


422 


787 


14 


Sat 


422 


788 


15 


s 


422 


788 


16 


Mon 


422 


788 


17 


Tue 


422 


739 


18 


Wed 


422 


739 


[19 


Thu 


423 


739 


[20 


Frid 


428 


740 


21 


Sat 


423 


740 


|22 


£ 


423 


740 


23 


Mon 


423 


740 


i24 


Tue 


4 24 


740 


|25 


Wed 


424 


740 


126 


Thu 


424 


740 


27 


Frid 


425 


740 


28 


Sat 


425 


740 


29 


S 


425 


740 


J30 


Mon 


426 


740 



Day. 



h. m. 

15 4 
15 5 
15 6 
15 7 
15 9 
1510 
1511 
1511 
1512 
1613 
1514 
1515 
1515 
1516 
1516 
1516 
1517 
1517 
1517 
1317 
1517 
1517 
1517 
1616 
1516 



22 1 
22 9 
2217 
2224 

22 81 
2238 
2244 
2250 
2265 

23 
23 4 
23 9 
2312 
2316 
2319 
2321 
2328 
2326 
2326 
2327 
2327 
2327 
2327 
2326 
2326 



15 16; 23 28 
15 15 1 23 21 
15 15 23 19 
15l6j2316 
15 14 ' 23 13 



Clock 
Sua. 


^ 


m. 1. 


b. «. 


233 


924a 


223 


1020 


214 


1110 


2 4 


1168 


164 


m'rn 


143 


080 


188 


1 8 


122 


135 


110 


2 5 


059 


284 


047 


8 9 


035 


rises 


023 


782a 


af.lO 


839 


be. 2 


920 


016 


10 4 


028 


1042 


040 


1115 


063 


1144 


1 6 


m'rn 


119 


Oil 


182 


089 


146 


1 


168 


128 


211 


156 


224 


229 


233 


sets 


2 49 


710a 


8 1 


811 


313 


9 5 



h. m. 

142a 
241 
389 
486 
6^81 
624 
716 
8 6 
856 
946 
1037 
1180 
m'rn 
023 
116 
2 7 
267 
346 
430 
613 
556 



D. 

1.8 
2.8 
8.8 
4.8 
6.8 
6.8 
7.8 
8.8 
9.8 
10.8 
11.8 
12.8 
13.8 
14.8 
15.8 
16.8 
17.8 
18.8 
19.8 



720 

8 4 

850 

940 
1033 27.8 
1129 28.8 
029a 0.4 

1291 1.4 



21.8 
22.8 
23.8 
24.8 
26.8 



Bish WBtMT, 
BOSTON. 



029 
1 

162 
286 
830 
4 

636 
660 
768 
9 1 
956 
1047 
1131 



114 

151 

280 

3 9 

853 

487 

683 

639 

739 

838 

982 

1018 

11 

1160 



h. uu 

010 
060 
129 
218 
8 8 
868 
6 1 
615 
724 
830 
929 
1021 
1110 
1156 
016 
0641 
1 
211 
250 
331 
416 
6 5 
6 7 
7 

8 8 

9 8 
958 

1048 
1128 



May tXi. Artillery m&kc their flrst public appearance uader Za- 
dock BufiiDgton. 
1786— Sept. 24. Beverly Bridge opened for travel. 
1788— Ocf. £9. "Washington visited Sakm. 

Dec. 15. First Circulating Library opened by John Dabney. 
1797— Jfar. 6. Salem and Danvors Aqueduct Corporation incorporated. 
1799— Oct. En»t India Mailnc Society organized. 
1S02— The Common levelicd and fenced, and trees set out 

May 10. Ship Minerva, owned bv CJifford Crovmlnshield and N. 
West, had latelv returned from China, first Sal«m vessel that had 
circumnavigated the globe. 



30 

4 
6^ 
6^ 
7 

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10_ 
11_ 
12 

is" 

14 
15 
16 

17_ 
18^ 

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21 
22 
28j 

?i_ 
25~ 

26^ 

2T^ 

?L 
29_ 
30_ 
81 



MEMORANDA FOK JULY, 1861. 



^^ 


JULY. 7th Mo. 


MOON'S PHASES. 
;AIL. 5d. 6h. 24m. A. LAST QUAIL, 21d. «h. Mm. M. 
ONTlsd. 2h. 80m. M. NEW MOON, 28d. 9h. SOm. M. 
1. 9h. A. Apogee, Ifd. 5h. A. Periifee, 2»d. 9h. A. 


BUN 

a. 8«ta. 


T 

D»yi. 
h. m. 

1614 


8ui>'. 
Dm. 
North. 

O ' 

28 9 


"CtooT 
b«An« 

8UD. 

325 


8?a. 

h. m. 

961a 


228a 


2.4 


BOST^* 1 
Mora. Xto. 1 


3 


b.]B. 

740 


ou 


h. B. 

035 




740 


1613 


23 5 


337 


10 81 


325 


3.4 


058 


121! 




740 


1613 


23 1 


348 


11 6 


420 


4.4 


143 


2 7 




740 


1512 


2256 


359 


1138 


612 


5.4 


281 


256 




789 


1510 


2250 


4 9 


m'm 


6 8 


6.4 


822 


849 




789 


1510 


2246 


420 


9 


652 


7.4 


417 


446 




789 


16 9 


22 39 


430 


038 


742 


8.4 


517 


648 




738 


15 8 


2282 


489 


110 


882 


9.4 


623 


656 




738 


15 7 


2226 


449 


144 


924 


10.4 


727 


8 




788 


15 6 


2218 


467 


223 


1016 


11.4 


885 


9 6 




787 


16 4 


2211 


6 6 


rises 


11 8 


12.4 


986 


10 6 




787 


16 3 


22 8 


614 


714a 


m^m 


18.4 


1029 


1054 




736 


15 2 


2164 


621 


8 





14.4 


1118 


1189 




736 


15 1 


2145 


529 


840 


060 


16.4 




1 




735 


1459 


2186 


534 


915 


189 


16.4 


028 


040 




784 


1458 


2127 


640 


946 


226 


17.4 


068 


116 




784 


1466 


2117 


646 


1013 


8 9 18.4 


183 


161 




788 


1456 


21 7 


651 


1038 


352 19.4 


2 7 


226, 




732 


1468 


2066 


665 


11 4 


423 


20.4 


248 


8 2 





781 


1452 


2045 


569 


1129 


516 


21^ 


820 


889 


tzi 


Hon 


441 


780 


1449 


2034 


6 8 


1157 


667 


22.4 


869 


421 


22 


Tue 


442 


729 


1448 


2022 


6 5 


m'rn 


641 


28.4 


442 


6 7 


28 


Wed 


44S 


729 


1446 


2010 


6 8 


026 


729 


24.4 


685 


6 9 


24 


Thu 


444 


728 


1444 


1958 


610 


1 


819 


26.4 


641 


718 


26 


Frid 


445 


727 


1442 


1946 


611 


140 


913 


26.4 


744 


820 


26 


Sat 


446 


726 


1441 


19 82 


611 


230 


1011 


27.4 


853 


925 


27 


& 


447 


726 


1488 


1919 


611 


sets 


1112 


28.4 


954 


1019 


28 


Hon 


448 


724 


1487 


19 6 


611 


748a 


0]8a 


0.1 


1047 


1112 


29 


Tue 


449 


723 


1481 


18 51 


610 


827 


112 


1.1 


1185 




80 


Wed 


460 


722 


14 82 


18 87 


6 8 


9 5 


210 


2.1 





024 


81 


Thu 


461 


721 


14 30 


1823 


6 6 


989 


8 5 


3.1 


047 


119^ 


IBOa—Sept. 22. Salem Turnpike opened for travel. 

1006-Viuv *• Salem Light Ii)fanir7 first paraded under Captain John 

WCff—Jvly 4. Salem Mechanic Light Infantry first paraded under Ferley 
Putnam. 

VSIO— March 12. Salem Atheneum Incorporated, fbrmed by the union 
of the Social and Philosophical Libraries. 

ma^Feb. 0. Consecration of Messrs. Newell, Judson, Nott, Hall and 
Rice, as Missionaries in the Tabernacle Church. 
F^. 1% Sailing of the Missionaries in the brig Caravm^ Angus- 
tine Heard commander 



MEMORANDA FOR AUGUST, 1851. 



8 

4 
5 
6_ 

8^ 
9 

io_ 
ii_ 

12_ 

18 

14 

16_ 

16_ 

i7_ 

18" 

19' 

20 

21 

22 

2B^ 

24 

26_ 

26 

?L 

28_ 

80_ 
31 



1851. AUGUST. SthMo.Jl 


MOON*8 FUA8E8. 1 
FIRST qUAIL. 4d. Oh. 28m. M. LAST QTTAR, 19d. 8h. 14m. A. 1 


To 

1 


1^ 

Frid 


sun 

BtaM. 8«ti. 


b. m. 

1428 


§»'■ 

O ' 

18 8 


Cloak 
m. 1. 

6 8 


1010 


h. B. 

868a 


4.1 


Mom. «To. 1 


h.m. 

462 


turn. 

720 


b. .. 

181 


^ 


2 


Sat 


468 


718 


1426 


1768 


669 


1042 


449 


6.1 


218 


248 


8 


& 


464 


717 


1424 


1787 


666 


1118 


689 


6.1 


8 6 


880 


4 


Mon 


466 


716 


1421 


1721 


660 


1146 


680 


7.1 


866 


419 


5 


Tae 


466 


716 


1419 


17 6 


644 


m'm 


720 


8.1 


447 


614 


6 


Wftd 


467 


714 


1417 


1649 


688 


018 


812 


9.1 


648 


618 


7 


Thu 


468 


712 


1416 


1688 


682 


1 4 


9 4 


10.1 


666 


732 


8 


Frid 


469 


711 


1412 


1616 


624 


149 


966 


11.1 


8 9 


847 


9 


Sat 


6 


710 


1410 


1669 


617 


240 


1046 


12.1 


923 


961 


10 


a> 


6 1 


7 8 


14 7 


1641 


6 8 


rises 


1184 


18.1 


1020 


1045 


11 


Hon 


6 2 


7 7 


14 6 


1624 


469 


716a 


m'm 


14.1 


11 9 


1130 


12 


Tim 


6 8 


7 6 


14 4 


16 6 


449 


747 


021 


16.1 


1146 




18 


Wad 


6 4 


7 4 


18 


1448 


489 


816 


1 6 


16.1 


6 


024 


14 


Thu 


6 6 


7 8 


1869 


1480 


428 


842 


149 


17.1 


040 


068 


16 


Frid 


6 6 


7 1 


1866 


1411 


417 


9 7 


281 


18.1 


112 


127 


16 


Sat 


6 8 


7 


1868 


1862 


4 6 


988 


812 


19.1 


148 


169 


17 


<s 


6 8 


668 


1860 


1888 


868 


967 


864 


20.1 


214 


281 


18 


Mon 


610 


667 


1848 


1814 


840 


1026 


487 


21.1 


247 


8 8 


19 


To* 


611 


666 


1846 


1266 


827 


1067 


622 


22.1 


822 


841 


20 


Wed 


612 


664 


1848 


1286 


818 


1184 


6 9 


28.1 


4 


420 


21 


Thu 


618 


662 


1840 


1216 


269 


m'm 


7 


24.1 


448 


612 


22 


Frid 


614 


661 


1888 


1166 


244 


017 


766 


26.1 


644 


628 


28 


Sat 


616 


649 


1886 


1186 


229 


1 9 


868 


26.1 


7 2 


741 


24 


& 


616 


648 


1888 


1116 


214 


212 


968 


27.1 


820 


869* 


26 


Mon 


617 


646 


1829 


1064 


168 


sets 


1068 


28.1 


982 


10 


26 


Ta« 


618 


644 


1827 


1088 


142 


668a 


1168 


29.1 


1030 


1067 


27 


Wad 


619 


648 


1824 


1012 


126 


784 


060a 


0.8 


1119 


1146 


28 


Thu 


620 


641 


1822 


961 


1 8 


8 9 


146 


1.8 




8 


29 


Frid 


621 


640 


1820 


980 


060 


841 


289 


2.8 


029 


068 


80 


Sat 


622 


688 


1817 


9 9 


088 


912 


882 8.8 
424 4.8 


114 


186 


81 


a> 


628 


686 


1818 


847 


014 


946 


169 


219 


Ciutoiii Honae buDt by order of GongrcMk 
1890-J^ ]& SiUem DifpenMry formed. 
18n-.^Uirtl 91. Eieez Historical Society orgudztd. 

^tw.81. LefhyetteviritiSelem. 



24 MEMORANDA FOB SEPTEMBER, 1861. 



4^ 
6_ 
6_ 
7_ 
8_ 
9_ 

10 

11 

12 

18 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

28 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 



1851. 



SEPTEMBER^ 



9th Mo. 



FIRST QTTAR, Sd. 8h. Sm. M. 

TJJIAj moon. lOd. 8h. Odm. M. 

4f>o0ee, lOd. Uh. M. 



MOOITS PHASES. 



I LAST QUAR, 18d. 8h. 4 
NEW MOON, 25d. Ih. 27 
Perigee, 84d.5h. A. 



^44iii. M. 
27m. M. 





WMk. 




Mon 




Tue 




Wed 




Thu 




Frid 




Sat 




S 


8 


Mon 


9 


Tue 


10 


Wed 


U 


Thu 


12 


Frid 


18 


Sat 


14 


S 


U 


Mon 


16 


Tim 


17 


Wed 


18 


Thu 


19 


Frid 


20 


Sat 


21 


& 


22 


Mon 


28 


Tue 


24 


Wed 


25 


Thu 


26 


Frid 


27 


Sat 


28 


& 


29 


Mon 


80 


Tue 



II.BI. 

524 
625 
627 
627 
629 
629 
581 
532 
583 
684 
635 
586 
687 
538 
589 
640 
541 
542 
544 
644 
646 
547 
648 
549 
550 
651 
552 
658 
554 
655 



1I.BI. 

684 



631 
629 



624 
628 
621 
619 
617 
616 
614 
612 
610 
6 9 
6 7 
6 5 
6 8 
6 2 
6 
658 
556 
554 
562 
551 
649 
547 
646 
544 






h. m. 
1811 

18 8 
13 6 
18 2 
18 
1257 
1254 
1251 
1249 
1245 
1248 
1240 
1288 
1234 
1282 
1228 
1227 
1222 
1220 
1217 
1215 
1212 
12 9 
12 6 
12 8 
12 
1158 
1154 
1152 
1149 



Bna'i 
Dm. 


3S 


North. 




o < 


n. ■. 


825 


4 


8 8 


028 


742 


042 


7 19 


1 1 


658 


121 


686 


141 


618 


2 1 


550 


221 


627 


242 


6 5 


8 3 


442 


823 


419 


344 


856 


4 5 


888 


426 


810 


447 


247 


5 9 


224 


580 


2 1 


661 


187 


612 


114 


638 


051 


654 


027 


715 


N 4 


786 


s20 


756 


043 


817 


1 7 


887 


180 


856 


158 


917 


117 


987 


140 


956 



82. 



1022 
11 2 
1147 
m'm 
086 
182 
227 
326 
rises 
645a 
711 
736 
8 1 
828 
857 
980 
1010 
1059 
1158 
m'm 
059 
210 
327 
sets 
636a 
7 8 
742 
818 
857 
941 



516a 

6 9 

7 
752 
848 
982 

1019 

11 6 

1147 

m'm 

080 

111 

158 

235 

819 

4 5 

458 

545 

640 

787 

836 

984 

1032 

1128 



118 

211 

8 5 
859 
453 



n. 
5.8 
6.8 
7.8 
8.8 
9.8 
10.8 
11.8 
12.8 
18.8 
14.8 
15.8 
16.8 
17.8 
18.8 
19.8 
20.8 
21.8 
22.8 
23.8 
24.8 
25.8 
26.8 
27.8 
28.8 
0.4 
1.4 
2.4 
8.4 
4.4 
5.4 



242 8*6 



826 



418 437 



5 7 
622 
745 
9 4 

10 5 
1050 
1129 

015 
046 
114 
146 
214 
247 
822 
4 7 

6 5 
629 
758 
915 

1018 

11 1 
1146 

8 
052 
1 
216 



849 



541 

7 8 
827 
936 

1080 
11 9 
11441 


081 
1 
131 
159 
229 

8 4 
344 
4 

545 
714 
842 
945 

10 
1124 

081 
112 
154 
286 



1629-/>^ Iff. Eacex Marine Rdlw^r incorporated. 

1827— ilTov. Lectures before the Enex Lodge. The beginning of the 

present iiyBtem of Lyceum Lectures. 
VSaS—Jan. 24. First Lecture before the Salem ChaiitaUe Mechanic As- 
sociation. 
Aug. 13. Centennial birthday of Dr. E. A. Holyoke. 
iSepf. 1& Essex Historical Society celcbratee tne bicentennial an- 
niversary of the landing of Endicott 
1829-JfarcA 8L Dr. E. A. Uolyolce diet. 

ItaO-^an, 1& Salem Lyceum organised. 

■Ffeb. 22. Fi. St Lecture before Salem lycenm by D. A. White. 



MEMORANDA VOB OCTOBEB, 1851. 



J5_ 

4 

5 

6 

7 
_8^ 

9_ 
10_ 
11 
12^ 
18 
14 
15] 

17_ 

18 

19_ 

20 

21 

22 

28 

24 

25 

26 

27 



29 

80_ 

81 





^_ 




^^^M 






^^^^ 


^^^^^ 


^^^^ 










1861. OCTOBER. 10th Mo. 




LAST QUAR; 17d. Th. 28m. A- Apo.jh£S:-Peri.^3dJSiiM 




Xo 
Wi 
1 


1^ 

Nvm. 

Wed 


»i^«. 


h. m. 

1146 


Pm. 

SMtfa. 

84 


Ctook 
aftw 
BUB. 
m. ■. 

1016 


La. 

1080 


646a 


t 


Mon. Xt«. 1 




h-a. 

667 


h.a. 

642 


"nT 
6.4 


h. m. 

266 


h. «. 
820 




2 


Thn 


667 


640 


1148 


827 


1084 


1124 


688 


7.4 


842 


4 7 






frid 


669 


688 


1140 


860 


1068 


m»m 


728 


8.4 


486 


6 9 






Sat 


6 


687 


1187 


418 


1111 


020 


816 


9.4 


661 


688 






& 


6 1 


686 


1186 


487 


1128 


119 


9 2 


10.4 


717 


8 1 






Mon 


6 2 


684 


1182 


6 


1146 


217 


948 


11.4 


889 


914 




7 


Tue 


6 8 


682 


1180 


628 


12 4 


816 


1029 


12.4 


942 


10 4 




8 


W«d 


6 4 


680 


1126 


646 


1221 


xieee 


nil 


18.4 


1028 


10 4S 






Thu 


6 6 


628 


1128 


6 9 


1288 


640a 


1162 


14.4 


11 


11 in 




10 


Frid 


6 6 


627 


1120 


681 


1264 


6 4 


m»m 


16.4 


1129 


U46 




11 


Sat 


8 8 


626 


1118 


664 


18 9 


680 


084 


16.4 


1169 






12 


& 


6 


624 


1116 


717 


1824 


660 


117 


17.4 


016 


O20 




18 


Mon 


610 


622 


1118 


789 


1889 


731 


2 8 


18.4 


046 


1 




14 


Toe 


611 


620 


11 9 


8 2 


1868 


8 8 


260 


19.4 


116 


180 




16 


Wed 


618 


618 


U 6 


824 


14 6 


863 


841 


20.4 


146 


2 2 




16 


Thu 


613 


617 


11 4 


846 


1420 


946 


482 


21.4 


219 


287 




17 


Frid 


616 


616 


11 1 


9 9 


1482 


1046 


629 


22.4 


267 


819 




18 


Sat 


616 


614 


1068 


981 


1444 


1162 


626 


28.4 


844 


411 




19 


& 


617 


612 


1066 


962 


1466 


m'm 


722 


24.4 


444 


628 




20 


M<m 


618 


611 


1068 


1014 


16 6 


18m 


818 


26.4 


69 


666 




21 


Tue 


620 


6 9 


1060 


1086 


1616 


218 


918 


26.4 


740 


828 




22 


Wed 


620 


6 8 


1047 


1067 


1624 


882 


10 7 


27.4 


866 


926 




28 


Thu 


622 


6 6 


1046 


1118 


1682 


BetB 


11 1 


28.4 


962 


1017 




24 


Frid 


628 


6 6 


1042 


1189 


1640 


686a 


1166 


0.1 


10 4Q 


11 1 




25 


Sat 


624 


6 8 


1040 


12 


1647 


610 


049a 


1.1 


1122 


1145 




26 


S 


626 


6 2 


1087 


1221 


1668 


648 


144 


2.1 




6 




27 


Mon 


627 


6 


1084 


1241 


1668 


782 


240 


8.1 


029 


049 




28 


Tue 


628 


469 


1082 


18 2 


16 4 


820 


886 


4.1 


110 


180 




29 


Wed 


629 


468 


1080 


1822 


16 8 


918 


480 


6.1 


160 


210 




80 


Thu 


680 


467 


1026 


1842 


1611 


1010 


622 


6.1 


282 


268 




81 


Frid 


682 


466 


1024 


14 1 


1614 


11 8 


612 


7.1 


816 


841 




183&->7ttn« 28. Vtalt of Prerident Jackfon. 

Dec. 28. Emex Coun^ NiSond Hiitoiy Society oisanfzed. 

March 22. Act to •MtiOA the CU/ % Sidem pMMd the Li«l*- 
lature. 





98 MEMORANDA FOB NOYEMBEB, 1861. 



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1851- NOVEMBER. 11th Mo. 


VOOirS PHASES. 
FULL MOON, Sd. 6h. 87in. A. 1 NEW MOON, 22d. Sh. 92m. A. 


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554 


8 


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686 


461 


1016 


1469 


1617 


1 6 


826 


10.1 


686 


717 


4 


Tue 


687 


460 


1014 


1618 


1616 


2 6 


9 8 


11.1 


756 


880| 


6 


Wed 


688 


449 


1011 


1686 


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8 4 


949 


12.1 


9 4 


926 


6 


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10 9 


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10 4 


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645 


442 


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187 


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647 


441 


964 


1788 


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280 


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962 


1754 


1584 


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826 


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124 


141 


14 


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650 


489 


949 


1810 


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941 


421 


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2 2 


221 


15 


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651 


488 


948 


1826 


1616 


1060 


616 


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248 


8 8 


16 


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15 6 


1158 


611 


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17 


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653 


487 


944 


1866 


1458 


m»m 


7 6 


24.1 


482 


5 8 


18 


Tue 


655 


486 


941 


1910 


1441 


118 


767 


26.1 


562 


684, 


19 


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657 


485 


940 


1926 


1428 


226 


849 


26.1 


716 


765 


20 


Thu 


667 


484 


987 


1989 


1413 


840 


941 


27.1 


880 


859 


21 


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658 


484 


988 


1952 


1869 


sets 


1084 


28.1 


927 


9621 


22 


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659 


438 


934 


20 6 


1843 


440a 


1128 


29.1 


1016 


1041 


28 


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7 


482 


982 


2018 


1326 


518 


024a 


0.6 


11 4 


1126 


24 


Mon 


7 2 


482 


980 


2081 


18 9 


6 7 


120 


1.6 


1146 




26 


Tue 


7 8 


481 


929 


2048 


1251 


658 


216 


2.6 


8 


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126 


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7 4 


481 


927 


2064 


1232 


764 


811 


8.6 


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110 

158 


27 


Thu 


7 5 


480 


926 


21 6 


1218 


865 


4 8 


4.6 


181 


28 


Fri 


7 6 


480 


924 


2116 


1152 


966 


462 


5.6 


218 


235 


29 


Sat 


7 7 


429 


922 


2127 


1132 


1054 


688 


6.6 


256 


819 


80 


JS 


7 8 


429 


921 


2187 


1110 


1165 


628 


7.6 


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votei in the afflnnatiTe, one hundred and eighty fire. In the 
negaUTe. 

John Q. King, Pretident of the Common CounciL 
1888-JfarcA 10. N. Sowditch died at Borton. 

Jiav 81. City Hall was lint lued for meetina of the CooncIL 

VStS^—Feb. 19. Harmony Grove Cemeteiy Incorporated. 



80 MEMOBAKDA FOB DECEMBEB, 18gl . 
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1851. 



DECEMBER. 



12th Mo- 



FULL MOON, 8d. lOh. 4Sm. M. 
LAST QUAIL, Ud. Oh. 41in. A. 



MOOITS PHASES. 



NEW MOON, 29d. lOh. 48in. M. 
FIB8T QUAIL. 80d.8h. 80m. M 



Apoffety Id. 9h. A. Pengee^ I6d. 4h. A. jjpogeet 88d. gh. A. 



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711 
718 
718 
716 
716 
717 
717 
718 
719 
720 
721 
722 
722 
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724 
725 
726 
726 
727 
727 
727 
728 
728 
728 
729 
729 
729 
780 



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428 
428 
428 
428 
428 
428 
428 
428 
428 
428 
428 
428 
428 
428 
429 
429 
429 
490 
480 
481 
481 
482 
482 
433 
484 
484 
485 
486 
486 
487 



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918 

917 

916 

916 

918 

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911 

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9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

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2147 
2166 
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2221 
2229 
2286 
2242 
2249 
2264 
28 
28 4 
28 9 
2818 
2816 
2819 
2322 
2824 



2827 
2827 
2827 
2826 



2321 
2819 
2316 
2812 
28 8 



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1048 
1026 
10 1 
937 
918 
848 
822 
756 
729 
7 2 
686 
6 7 
688 
610 
441 
412 
842 
813 
243 
218 
143 
118 
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940 
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184^- jforcA 21. The Court House wss flnt opened. The Coorfe of Com^ 

num Fleu commenced iti Seision. 
1844— Dec. 18. Great flee in Fnmt Street 

1847— ^eb. 8. Nenmkeeg Steam Cotton Factory- commenced irer. .^ 
May SL Flnt pande of the (Sly Guards under Captain R. 
Farrant. 
1848— ^eb. Eaiez Inatitute incorporated, formed bythe union of the E»- 
iex ffislorical and Eaeez Counqr Natural History " ' " 
Sept. & Essex Bailroad opened to Lawrence. 
VSSf^Aag. Salem and lA>weli Itallroad opened. 

^Sepf. South Beading Branch Railroad opened. 



SALEM DIRECTORY. 



STREETS, OOTTRTS, AND FZiACES. 



Abom St. tr. 131 Boston to SUsbee 
Allen, fr. 17 Enslisli to Webb at. 
Andover, tr. 24 Beckford to 8 Lynn 
Andrew, fr. 18 Pleasant to ColUns' 

coye 
Ash, fy. 14 Coantj to 31 Forrester 
Barr, fjr. 20 Mason to 2tf BuffUm 
Barton court, fr. Barton street 
Barton street, from 66 Bridge to 

Collins* cove 
Barton square, fr. 17 Washington 
Bath, fr. Pleasant to Kewbury 
Beach, fr. Mason to North River 
Becket st. fr. 23 Essex to 44 Derby 
Becket av. fr. Becket to 88 Derby 
Beckford, fr. 346 Essex to Biver st. 
Bentley, fr. 61 Essex to 84 Derby 
Blaney, fr. 47 Derby to Allen's whf. 
Boston, fr. 410 Essex to Danvers 

line [Chestnut 

Bott's court, fr. 343 Essex to 18 
Breed, fr. 10 Dearborn to 11 Me 

chanic 
Bridge, fr. Forrester to Beverly 

bridge 
Briggs, fr. 16 Pleasant to Collins 

cove 
Broad, fr. 42 Summer 
Brown, fr. 20 Pleasant to St. Peter 
Bryant, fr. North to 46 Buffum 
Buffum. fr. Mason st. north 
Cambridge, fr. 321 Essex to 10 

Broad 
Carlton, fr. 83 Essex to 62 Derby 
Carpenter, fr. 60 Federal 
Cedar, fr. 68 Lafayette to Mill Pond 
Central, fr. 186 ^sex to Lafayette 
Charter, fr. Liberty to 17 Central 
Cherry, fr. Porter to Cedar 
Chestnut, fr. 34 Summer to Flint 
Church, fr. 17 St. Peter to Wash- 
ington 



Conant, fr. 66 Bridge to North River 
County, fr. 23 St. Peter to 64 Wash. 
Creek, fr. 14 MiU to 86 Summer 
Crorobie, fr. 277 Essex to 26 Nor^ 

man 
Cross, fjroro Saunders to Lemon 
Curtis, fr. 89 Essex to 114 Derby 
Daniels, fr. 69 Essex to 96 Derby 
Dean, fr. 888 Essex to North m\ 
Dearborn, fr. 88 North 
Derby, fr. Neck to Water 
Derby square, fr 209 Essex to Front 
Dodge, fr. Walter east 
Dodge's court, fr. 18 Lafayette 
Dow, fr. 47 Lafayette to 14 Salem 
East, f r. 8 Pleasant to 20 Essex 
East Webb, east from Webb 
Elm, fr. 126 Essex to Water 
Endlcott, fr. 29 Mill to 16 Winthrop 
English, fr. 18 Essex to 28 Derby 
Essex, fr. Webb to Turnpike 
Everett, fr. 67 Lafayette to Salem 
Federal court, fr. 17 Federal street 

south 
Federal st. fr. 26 North to 86 Boston 
Felt, fr. Dearborn to Ome 
Fish, fr. Central to Water 
Flint, fr. 889 Essex to Broad 
Forrester, from 104 Bridge to 84 

North 
Foye's court, fr. Webb 
Franklin, fr. 46 North 
Friend, fr. Mason to North River 
Front, fr. Central to Washington 
Frye, fr. Goodhue to Boston 
Gardner court, fr. 16 March 
Gardner street, fr. 70 Harbor 
Gedney court, from 20 High to 47 

Summer 
Ocrrlsh place, fr. 16 E^sex 
Ooldthwait place, fr. 12 Old Boston 

Road 



SALEM DI&EOTO&Y. 



33 



Goodhue, fr. 60 Boston to JTrj^Q'niXorUiey.fr. 104 Bridge 

miUs lOfikr fr. Jlliwou to North Kiver 

I Green, fir. Pickering to Warren lOia BohU'Ei Kwiid, from Abom to 
Grove, from Goodhue to JLininjnj^l Lymi linr^ 

Grove Cemetery i Oliver, ft. 6 Bt-iwh to 4 Forrester 

Hamilton, fir. 363 Essex to 22 Clic»;-|Orni]sfe, fr. ^ v EMsex to 114 Derby 

nut Utmtf. fr. U\i n rth to Orue's Point 

Harbor, ftrom South street to Salens Qs^,H(f>^t, fr, 1 1 I 'ridge 

Harbor I'fllfrii'r truuii iV. 106 Derby 

Hardy, fr. 45 Essex to S&kni liar- Turlc, (t. ^H I j ui)or street 

bor I Pjrfe.i?r ■;( co .i i , ♦!:. Pleasant west 

Harrl8onav.fr. Everett s<iiirl> |r+'M{iutly, frLUti 26 Lafayette to 65 

Hathome. fr. 31 Broad to 3 h 1 1 Pd ua , 1 1 ntbvT 
Herbert, fr. 99 Essexto Dnliv 



Higglnson square, betwerti VVash- 

ington St. and Derby squ.irtf 
High, fr. 18 Mill: to 61 Suifuiicr 
High St. court, fr. 13 High 
Holly, fr. 76 Lafayette 



T>arl. fr. G6 Bililge to the Biver 
PJiL liss ttjurt, f r. 61 Broad 
PickerlJjj^. fr, l Liestnut to Broad 
Picfernun, [r. U' inter to Collins' cove 
l*lJie, fr. 4[i\ l^^ex to Warren 
Pleuaatit, fr. Ur, Essex to 85 Bridge 
PlMHsunt, at. uv. fr. 23 Pleaijaut to 

\Vi[ii.:r 
PontU jr. S*>nt3» to Mill Pond 



Howard, fir. 20 Brown to 31 For- 

I rester 

Jeffrey court, opens 50 Wa.-iliiiii:t on ^ 
Laboratory, fr. 68 North tu Ldljo-,i'o|jB'fl Litfurr* fn)m45 Boston 

i ratory buildings , I'o rter, I r. 48 L n fay ette to Mill Pond 

Lafayette, fr. Central to M44rWe ; Pur ter tain?, fr. Porter street 

I head Pfaitt, fr. liifih to Endlcott 

LaG range, fr. 69 Lafayette! JPrcftcott^ from 83 Summer to 23 

Lawrence place, corner of Wash-i Wltitlirop 

I ington and Front PrJjK^c, fr. II iirborst. south 

Leach, fr. Lafavette St. ea-^t I'mt t.,r wtiri rV. 61 Boston south 

Lemon court, fr. 20 Lemon iTL^sii^i, rr UvJ Boston to Aboru 

'Lemon, fr. 86 Bridge st. tu Nordi l{JVL.r, ir 2!» It- ■ kford to 13 Lynn 

Kiver It-^kpi-'-tflt, ly .^^J riouth 

Liberty, fr. 141 Essex to 12ft Water Ktint, fr. lH < Minty to Forrester 
Linden, fr. 88 Lafayette £}nl4^Tit, (V. Ihn i<<)r to Everett 

Luramus court, fr. 103 Fetir itmI SiiJiui turii^iU>,s fr. Essex to Lynn 

Lyride, tr. Washington to 1^' N'tth iino 
Lynn , fr. 60 Federal to 20 1 1 1 v , i s ;i 1 1 laieM , fr. m Bridge 
Mali, fr. 8 Brown to Forrc - 1 . r s r ! i - .>j ] , ff . I O.'i North to Grove 

March, fr. 30 Bridge to N(m cii Hivt r s, i^ iiil, fr. '2<l nssex to 17 Lynde 
Margin, fr. Summer to '.viiit]it-ii|h .<|i..rr . ir, SLi.Lti..Ler8 to Conant 
Market court, fr. 217 Esm x -ouHi s|„,]l -i. . ouu, fr. 4 Short 
Marlboro', fr. Wash, to ^1 ^1J^^N SiIIilu^ tV. Ai>i an to Washington St. 



Mason, fr. 55 North to Gn ^ v 
Mason court, fr. 9 Liberty 
May ,ftr. Turnpike to 11 B«t:il<>ij 
Mechanic, fir. 72 North 
Melcher court, op. 83 Nortli 
Milk, fr. Andrew to 18 Pickiiinn 
MiU, fr. 2 Norman to Soutli 



Sk-rr,v, fr. Biidee to North River 
SuiMh, fr. Ml! I 1 1) Lafayette 

^itttij^, r^hjii Li!s Pleasant 

'^i: \'^''U^}r L-i . fr. 4 St. Peter 

H ! , l*i: h r^ h. 17\) Essex to Forrester 
.Hiiirmitr, fr. tim Essex to Mill Pond 



Monroe, fr. 366 Essex to 67 KcuJenil L'^un.ini fr. Aijom to Salem tum- 
:Mt. Vernon, from 66 Summer to t< pUte 

Wlnthrop TLirutrt fr. afJ Essex street to Salem 

Neptune, fr. Elm to Derby I lLftrtii>r 

Newbury, fir. 124 Essex to li Browiilrolon, fr, lOy Essex to South Salem 
Norman, from 1 Washing ii-is to 9^irpliiiDi, fr. s^Micarbom to Orne 

Summer I Vine, fr. Llm tk Liberty 

North court, fr. 25 Forrester strcet'WiirtU fr. liif l.ifayette to Peabody 
North Pine, fr. 18 Boston tu 4iiii Walnut, fr. Ut Essex to Neptune 

Essex [lim^' U'ulttir^ (V. Ljii>'!ratorv to Ome 

North, from 310 Essex to Drtiutri Warifen, fr. Vlliit to Turnpike 



34 



AAUIM DIBBCTO&T. 



WashlnRton, from R. R. dopot to 

Forrester 
Water, from Derby to Fish 
Webb, from 1 Derby to 1 Essex 
West place, rear of Mansion Housc^ 



Williams, ft. 9 Brown to 21 Forres> 

ter 
Winter, ft. 6 Brown to 101 Bridge 
Wlnthrop, ft. 19 Broad to Mill Pond 
Woodbury 's coart, fr. 16 Kortbey 



WHARVES. 



Alden's, ftom 13 Derby 
Bancroft's, opens at 45 Water 
Bowker*8, opens at 10 Fish 
BrigK8\ opens at 16 Lafayette 
Brookhoase whf. opens 58 Derby 
Brooks, opposite 34 Water 
Brown's, near North Bridge 
Buffum's, opens at 9 Front [Salem 
Barley A Briggs', Peabody st. 8. 
Central, opens at 117 Derby 
Cushing's, 27 Water 
Derby, op. Custom Honse,Derby st. 
Dodgers, from 16 Lafayette 
Fabens*, opens 53 Water j 
Felt's, near Orne's Point 
Flint's, opens on Franklin 
Foster's, near North Bridge 
Famham's, opens at 12 H'ish 
Frothingham's, opens at 25 Front 
Hunt's, opens at o3 Derby 
Laboratory, opens on Franklin 



Leach*8, opens at 49 Water 
Markat, opens at 19 Front 
MUl, opens at MIU street 
Moore's, opposite 7 Fish 
Naumkeag, opens on Peabody 
Peabody 's, foot of Elm 
Peirce's, opens at 25 Water 
Phillips', or India, opens 29 Derby 
Putnam's, opens at 19 Water 
Sanborn's, 115 Derby 
Smith's, n. Railway, Soath Salem 
Smith'slumberwhf. opera 3 Water 
Treadwell's, foot orLiberty 
Tucker's, from 101 Derby 
Vamey's, opens at 13 Front 
Ward's, near the Depot 
Waters , opens on Franklin 
Webb's wharf, foot 45 Derby 
White's, foot of Carlton 
Whipple's, foot of Turner 
West's, opens on Peabody 



HALLS, OFFICES, PUBLIC BUILDINQS, ETC. 

Arrington building. Wash. n. Depot 

Atheneum building, 16 Wash. 

Bowker building, 150 Essex 

City Hall, 44 Washington 

City Mills, 37 Mill street 

City Scales, Forrester, n. St. Peter 

City Watch House. 21 Front 

Court House, Marlboro', c. Wash. 

Custom House, 112 Derby 

East India Marino Hall, 165 Essex 

Essex Institute, 171 Essex 



Franklin building, Newbury, cor. 

Essex N 

Franklin Market, 14 Newbury 
Hamilton Hall, Cambridge, comer 

Chestnut 
Lyceum Uall, 35 Church 
Mechanic Hall, 285 Essex 
Museum, 165 Essex [Front 

Phoenix buildinir, Laftiyette,comer 
Post Offlcc, 165 Essex 
Town Hall, Derby square 



BOXmDARIES OF WARDS. 

Ward 1. That portion of the city south of Essex street, east of 
Washington street, excepting South Salem. 

Ward 2. All north of Essex street,east of Washington street. 

Ward 3. South Salem, and all west or south ofWaAington, Essex 
and Boston streets, as far as the town bridge. 

WARD 4. Includes all north of Essex street west of Washington 
street. North Salem, and all above the town bridge on Boston street. 



GENERAL DIRECTORY. 



AARON ELIZABETH, Mrs. house 10 Broad 
Aaron John, cabinet maker, house 10 Broad 
Abbot Asenath, seamstress, house 95 North 

f uu°! S^^'i*?^' *®*™j!*St J^**^®''* ''^"^' ^- Barton court 
Abbot Darnel, house 32 Williams 

Abbot Daniel, jr. insurance agent, house 20 Mall 

Abbot Daniel 0. house 15 Cambridge 

Abbot Lydia Mrs. 26 Winthrop 

Abbot Philip, baker, house 20 Williams 

Abbot Philip, jr. painter, r. 9 Church, house 20 WiUiams 

Abbot Robert, teamster, house 5 North court 

Abbot Samuel N. watchman, house 19 Andrew 

Abbott Albert K. tanner, house 22 O. B. Road 

Ahbottrisrael C.J & Getchell (A.), Market Hotel, 11 and 12 
Market square, house 13 Charter 

Abbott Joel, boarding house, 12 Harbor 

Abbott Nathaniel (Preston Sf Co.), boards 13 Allen 

Abom Aaron, house 428 Essex 
Adams Charles, tanner, house 5 Melcher court 
Adams Eleanor Mrs. house 28 Norman 
Adams George W. mariner, house 28 Norman 
Adams Hannah, boards 70 Harbor 
Adams Henry, mariner, house 28 Norman 
Adams John Q. expressman, boards 70 Harbor 
AdamsJ Joseph) & Richardson {C, M.J, hardware, 207 Essex, 
house Pine street. North Danvers ' 

Adams Mary, boards 60 Harbor 

Adams Oliver, Marblehead Express, house 9 St Peter 
Adams Rebecca Mrs. house 16 School 
Adams Samuel, house 35 Pleasant 

Adams Thomas, coaches, r. Essex House, house 16 Church 
Aiken William B. mariner, house 18 Howard 
Ainsworth Michael, house 26 Peabody 
Akerman Susan, boards 66 Harbor 
Albree William, house 264 Essex 

Alden Lott, wood and bark, 121 Derby, house 13 Walnut 
Allen Benjamin B. tanner, house Warren, n. Turnpike 



36 SALEM [A] DIRECTORY. 

Allen Bradstreet & (/. P.) truckmen, 21 Front, h. 17 Winthrop 

Allen Caroline Mrs. tailoress, house 27 Turner 

Allen Charles F. mariner, house 19 Broad 

Allen Charles H. captain, house 24 Hardy 

Allen Edward, currier, house 421 Essex 

Allen Edward, merchant, house 78 Essex 

Allen Edward L. currier, house 30 Hathome 

Allen Ephraim, currier, Proctor court, house 85 Federal 

Allen Fanny W. Mrs. house 2 Margin 

Allen George, carpenter, house 19 Turner 

Allen George A. (Morse 8^ -4 J, house Oak, comer Mason 

Allen Henry, wheelwright, house 30 O. B. Road 

Allen Israel, shoe maker, Forrester, near Wash. h. 11 Rust 

Allen John, baker, boards 416 Essex 

Allen John, shoe maker, house 30 Hathorne 

Allen John, jr. blacksmith, house Warren, near Turnpike 

Allen John F. merchant, 31 Chestnut 

Allen Joseph H. laborer, house 13 St. Peter 

Allen Joseph P. (B, ^ J. P. AllenJ, house 34 Endicott 

Allen Nathaniel K. secretary Essex Mechanics' Mutual Fire 

Insurance Company, 208 Essex, house 19 Lafayette 
Allen Samuel L. shoe maker, house Everett 
Allen Sarah Mrs. house 7 Webb 
Allen William, captain, house 24 Hardy 
Allen William C. teamster, house Everett 
AUis John H. baker, house 10 Becket 
Ames Caleb A. house 25 Daniels 
Ames Caleb M. house 9 Curtis 

Ames Edward B. painter, 3 Sewall, boards 5 Cambridge 
Ames Jeremiah, carpenter, house 32 St. Peter 
Ames Peter, wood and bark, house 11 Curtis 
Amidon Augustus R. cutter, 178 Essex, house 247 do. 
Anderson Elizabeth Mrs. house 7 Orange 
Anderson Jacob, laborer, house 61 Derby 
Anderson Joshua, laborer, boards rear 14 Derby 
Anderson Mary Mrs. nurse, house 14 Tomer 
Anderson Mary C. 2 North 
Anderson Mary E. teacher, house 72 Essex 
Anderson Sarah Mrs. house 19 Carlton 
Andrew I. Watson, house Essex House 
Andrew John, printer, house 14 St. Peter 
Andrew John F. Mrs. house 9 Newbury 
Andrew Martha Mrs. house 14 St. Peter 
Andrew Samuel, mariner, house 14 St. Peter 
Andrews Daniel, house 24 Lynde 
Andrews Esther Mrs. house 30 South 



SALEM [A] DI&ECTOBY. 37 

Andrews Eunice, house 24 St. Peter 
Andrews George, counsellor, 150 Essex, house 393 do. 
Andrews Oilman, blacksmith. Prospect, house 5 Oak 
Andrews Hiram, carpenter, house 20 Salem 
Andrews James H. merchant (B.)* house 25 Charter 
Andrews John P. merchant, house 393 Essex 
Andrews Joseph, merchant (B.), house 38 Chestnut 
Andrews Mary Mrs. house 24 Lynde 
Andrew s Mary Ann Mrs. house 26 Church 

* Mary B. dress maker, house 24 St. Peter 
A Vancy Mrs. house 393 Essex 

^^^' \/,. Nehemiah, carpenter, house r. 83 Lafayette 
^ r .ussell, founder, house 22 Ward 

Benjamin, blacksmith, house 136 Boston 

Ephraim Mrs. house. 73 North 

Tohn U. wheelwright, house 136 Boston 

Nathaniel, blacksmith, house 138 Boston 
Georgiana Mrs. house 16 Pleasant 
Nathaniel, cabinet maker, 80 Derby, h. 14 Northey 

nna H. house 26 Williams 

ugustus J. (T. Downing &; Co.), house 61 1-2 Federal 

>eborah Mrs. house 51 l-2*Federal 
3olly, house 10 Lynde 
Elizabeth S. tailoress, house 12 Carlton 
Archer Fidelia Mrs. house 6 Carpenter 
Archer Henry, house 26 Williams 
Archer James N. house 142 1-2 Essex 
Archer James N. jr. house 142 1-2 Essex 
Archer John, house 6 Daniels 
Archer Lydia Mrs. house 11 Daniels 
Archer Lydia, house 4 North court 
Archer Mary P. Mrs. house 25 Hardy 
Archer Rebecca Mrs. house 26 Williams 
Archer Rufus P. cooper, house 36 South 
Archer Samuel, machinist, house 7 Mall 

Archer Sarah, nurse 315 Essex [Lafayette 

Archer William, clerk, Naumkeag Cotton Factory, house 76 
Archer William, jr. jeweller, 188 Essex, house 38 Lafayette 
Archer William H. mariner, house 26 Williams 
Archer William H. blind maker, 37 Turner, house 25 Hardy 
Arnold Edward B. morocco manufacturer, 3 Pope's court, 

house 87 Boston 
Arnold James A. wheelwright, house 405 Essex 
Arnold Joseph E. morocco dresser, house 87 Boston 
Arnold Michael, morocco dresser, house 87 Boston 
Arnold William, mariner, house 38 Derby 



S8 8AZAK [A] DIBECTOBT. 

Arrington Amelia, teacher, house 43 Lafayette 
Arrington Catherine, variety store, 30 Norman 
Arrington George S., Boston and Southern Express, 10 Arring- 
ton building, house 10 High 
Arrington James, house 6 Andoyer 
Arrington James W. painter, house 30 Norman 
Arrington John, butcher, house 11 Noi;;man 
Arrington Joseph, cooper, 20 Peabody, house 43 Lafayette 
Arrington Joseph A. cooper, 20 Peabody, house 43 Lafayette 
Arrington Walter B. painter, house 82 Summer 
Arvidson Hannah Mrs. house 12 Broad 

Ashby Emeline, tailoress, house 48 Water [12 Summer 

Ashby John J. ladies' boot and shoe maker, 2 Sewall, house 
Ashby Jonathan, house 100 Federal 
Ashby JosephuB, carpenter, house 7 Dearborn 
Ashby Mark T. clerk, 14 Washington, house 13 Cedar 
Ashby Robert R. shoe maker, house 21 Salem * 
Ashby Thomas W. shoe maker, house 7 Dean 
Ashby William Mrs. house 24 Norman 
Ashton Anna, house 293 Essex 
Ashton Francis M. mariner, house 32 Essex 
Ashton Francis P. house 6 Dearborn 
Ashton Susannah, house 293 Essex 
Ashton William B. 211 Essex, house 20 Central 
Atkins James, carpenter, house 97 Bridge 
Atkins John W. clerk, 153 Essex, boards 11 Liberty 
Atkins William, fish dealer, house rear 16 Riyer 
Atkinson Betsy Mrs. house 125 Essex 
Atwell Josiah K. carpenter, house 26 Turner 
Austin Eleazer, lumber, 16 Lafayette, house 58 do. 
Austin Elizabeth, house Warren, near Turnpike 
Austin Elizabeth Mrs. laundress, house 7 Elm 
Austin Francis, mariner, boards 27 Church 
Austin Josiah, jeweller, house Warren, near Turnpike 
Austin Richard H. painter, house Warren, near Turnpike 
Austin William, currier, 61 Boston, house 65 Boston 
Averell {Nathaniel P.) & Low (^.71), boots and shoes, 78 Bos- 
ton, house 79 do. 
Ayerill Benjamin, cooper, house 8 Herbert 
Ayerill James K. cabinet maker, 112 Essex, house 8 Herbert 
Ayerill Lucy A. seamstress, house 8 Herbert 
Averill Sarah J. tailoress, house 8 Herbert 
Ayers Hazen T. farmer, house Sutton 
Ayers James, shipwright, house 16 Ward 
Ayers Peter, captain, nouse 10 East 
Aylward Sarah Mrs. house 98 Federal 



8ALBK [B] DISBCrrOKT. 



BAB6IDOE BENJAJilN, boat builder, house 106 Essex 

Babbidge Benjamin A. Mrs. house 5 Woodbury's court 

Babbidge Christopher, shipwright, house 45 Derby 

Babbidge Eunice Mrs. 7 Becket 

Babbidge Francis, captain, house 43 Broad 

Babbidge John, house 106 Essex 

Babbidge Lrdia, teacher, house 7 Carpenter 

Babbidge Nancy Mrs. hpuse 105 Bridge 

Babbidge Sarah Mrs. house 7 Lemon 

Babbidge Susan, house 7 Becket 

Babcock Cecelia (Remand if B.), house 18 School 

Babcock David, currier, house Prospect 

Babcock James, hair dresser, 16 Washington, house 18 School 

Babcock William R. Rev. house Pleasant, c. Briggs 

Bacon Sarah, yariety store, 871 1-2 Essex 

Bailey Adeline D. Mrs. house 77 Lafayette 

Bailey Francis, hair dresser, 16 Washington, boards 18 School 

Bailey George C. tanner, house 16 Flint 

Bailey George E. captain, house 16 Carlton 

Bailey George F. boards 56 Broad 

Bailey Mary, house 31 Bodton 

Bailey M. A. teacher, house 77 Lafayette 

Bain Josiah, boarding, 14 St. Peter 

Baker Charles, carpenter, house 24 Lafayette 

Baker Ellis, cabinet maker, boards 3 Pleasant 

Baker Eugenia, house 11 Endicott 

Baker Ezra F. clerk, 6 Front, boards 6 Pond 

Baker Hannah B. Mrs. dress maker, 48 Harbor 

Baker James M. fish dealer, house 48 Harbor 

Bak6r John E. currier, house 25 O. B. Road 

Baker Lorenzo, carpenter, boards 26 Cedar 

Baker Mary Ann Mrs. house 24 Northy 

Baker Victor F. mariner, house 11 Creek 

Balch Benjamin, watch maker, house 25 Lynde 

Balch Benjamin, jr. captain, house Cherry, comer Cedar 

Balch Henry, mariner, house 25 Lynde 

Baldwin Ann Mrs. house 15 Pleasant 

Baldwin Ebenezer S. captain, house 8 Mechanic 

Baldwin Joseph, carpenter, house 64 1-2 North 

Baldwin Loami, carpenter, house 72 North 

Baldwin Loami, jr. shoe maker, boards 72 North 

Baldwin William, laborer, house 4 Pratt 

Ball Charles W., Bank of Commerce (B.), house 20 Marlboro' 

Ball John, city missionary, house 20 Marlboro' 

Ball Mary Mrs. house 15 'South [Vine 

Ball William, baker and flour merchant, 22 Central, house 14 



40 SALEM [B] DI&ECTOBT. 

Ballard Angeline L. teacher, house 74 Lafayette 
Ballard Henry A. captain, house 74 Lafayette 
Ballard James, merchant (B.)i house 74 Lafayette 
Ballard James C. captain, house 41 Harbor 
Ballard Joseph H. house Essex House 
Bancroft Phebe Mrs. 58 O. B. Road [Road 

Bancroft Sidney C. student at law, 27 Washington, h. 68 O.B. 
Barenson Abraham Z. mariner, house J5 Essex 
Barker Benjamin, baker, house 8 Walnut 
Barker Henry M. caulker and grayer, house 17 Becket 
Barker Jacob, house 25 Lafayette 

Barker Joseph W. wheelwright, 31 Liberty, h. Cross, c. Short 
Barker Parker, wheelwright, house 4 Barton 
Barker Ruth Mrs. nurse, house 8 Walnut 
Barker Thomas, shipwright, house 4 Allen 
Barker Thomas, jr. shipwright, house 4 Turner 
Barker Warren, wheelwright, house 4 Pearl 
Barlow Lydia, widow, house 12 Briggs 

Barlow John, boots and shoes, 149 Essex, house 14 Pickman 
Barnard Edward, captain, house 1 Cambridge 
Barnard Mary Mrs. house 14 Allen 
Barnard Samuel, jr. house 14 Allen 
Barnard Samuel, 19 Water, house 8 Saunders 
Barnes Alice A. Mrs. house 319 Essex 
Barnes Joseph, shoe maker, house 40 Forrester 
Barnes William, gas pipes and fixtures, 144 Essex 
Barney Samuel, house 9 1-2 English 
Barney William, mariner, house 9 Pond 
Barr Eunice, house 21 Lynde 
Barr Robert P. 23 Front, boards 56 North 
Barr Robert, house 13 Mason 
Barr Sarah, teacher, house 21 Lynde 
Barrett Joseph Mrs. house 9 Cherry 
Barrett Patrick, laborer, house 42 Union 
Barrett Peter, laborer, house 25 Water 
Barron Phebe Mrs. nurse, house Short street court 
Barry Albert L. house 46 Harbor 
Barry James, laborer, house 25 Ward 
Barry John, shoe maker, 43 Union 
Barry Michael H. currier, house 17 Riyer 
Barstow Anstiss S. Mrs. house 25 Chestnut 
Barstow Benjamin, counsellor, 159 Essex, h. 25 Chestnut 
Barteaux Dayid, shoe maker, house Derby, corner Union 
Bartlett Alexander, grocer, 82 Derby, house 2 Palfray court 
Bartlett Frederick B. cigar manufacturer, 18 Front, house 2 
Palfray court 



SALSK [B] DIBBCTOBT. 41 



Bartlett Oeorge, mariner, house 6 Mill 

Bartlett Hannah, house 2 Palfray court 

Bartlett Joseph, shoe maker, house 2 Cherry 

Barton Gardner, apothecary, 6 Newbury, house 52 Essex 

Barton William C. grocer, 8 Brown, house 2 Williams 

Bassett Edward H. blacksmith, Forrester, near North, house 

22 1-2 Beckford 
Bassett John, mariner, house 9 Hardy 
Bassett John B. captain, house 22 1-2 Beckford 
Bassett Robert C. mason, house 9 Mechanic 
Batchelder Benjamin P. shoe maker, house Phelps court 
Batchelder Charles M. currier, house 2-1 River 
Batchelder David G. foreman Forest River Lead Company, 

boards Lafayette, near Marblehead line 
Batchelder Elizabeth Mrs. house 47 Endicott 
Batchelder Elizabeth Mrs. 65 Broad 
Batchelder George W. shoe maker, boards 10 Lynn i 
Batchelder Hannah Mrs. dry goods, 202 Essex, house 200 do. 
Batchelder John, shoe maker, house 55 Broad 
Batchelder John H. dentist, 157 Essex, house 140 do. 
Batchelder Joshua Mrs. house 8 Pond 
Batchelder Joseph, wheelwright, house Endicott 
Batchelder Nathan A. captain, house 8 Pond 
Batchelder Richard H. baggage mnster Lawrence Railroad, 

house 30 Endicott 
Batchelder Samuel L. conductor Essex R. R. house 3 Cedar 
Batchelder Sarah Mrs. house 7 Herbert 
Batchelder Susan Mrs. house 8 Creek 
Batchelder William, tanner, house near 123 Lafayette 
Batchelder William, ]v. carpenter, 26 Forrester, house 23 do. 
Batchelder William H, house 10 Lynn 
Batchelder William L. sash and blind maker, h. 47 Endicott 
Bateman Thomas, boarding, 10 Neptune 
Bates (Charles F.) 8c Perkms {Danielfjr.), merchant tailors, 

175 Essex, house 2 1-2 County 
Bates Ellen, teacher, house 8 Short 
Bates William B. captain, house 8 Short 
Bathrick Josiah, laborer, house 16 South 
Batten Richard, baker, 89 Essex, house do. 
Battis (James H.) & Brown (Willard J7.), tobacconists and 

grocers, 110 Derby, house 10 Hardy 
Battis John, mariner, house 14 Union 
Battis John B. shoe maker, house 3 Salem 
Battis Jonas L. shoe maker, house 3 Salem 
Beadle John, jr. spar maker, house 10 Hardy 

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43 BALBM [B] DIBBOTOKT. 



Beadle Josiah, shoe maker, 6 Lemon, house 102 Bridge 

Beadle Josiah, jr. boat builder, house 17 Turner 

Beard James, laborer, house 21 High 

Beatty George, wearer, house 28 Peabody 

Beatty James, house 18 Park 

Beaver Amelia Mrs. house 405 Essex 

Beaver James, mariner, house 27 Becket 

Becket Catharine Mrs. house 63 Essex 

Becket {Daniel C.) & Fellows {Georae)^ boat builders and spar 

makers, foot Daniels, house 40 Derby 
Becket Hannah Mrs. house 107 Essex 
Becket Jane H. Mrs. house 42 Derby 
Becket Samuel Mrs. house 18 Carlton 
Beckford Asa, tanner, house 14 Flint 
Beckford Charles, currier, house 14 Flint 
Beckford Daniel R. clerk, house 2 Rust 
Beckford John, tanner, house 50 Broad 
Beckford Melinda R. Mrs. house 31 Forrester 
Beckford Pinson, shoe maker, house 14 Flint 
Beckford Rachel, house 26 Church 
Beckford Sarah Mrs. house 2 Bust 
Beckford Sarah G. Mrs. house 7 Lynn 
Bedee Appleton G. shoe maker, house rear 88 Lafayette 
Bedee Ivory H. shoe maker, house Leach 
Bedee John F. shoe maker, house 11 Prince 
Bedney Susan A. tailoress, house 15 Central 
Begt^B Sarah Mrs. nurse, house 8 Hardy 
Bell Elizabeth Mrs. house 18 Becket 
Bell James S. mariner, house 2 Beach 
BqII John, house 22 1-2 Beckford 
Bellow John, laborer, house 24 Ward 
Benjamin Charles Mrs. house rear 14 Central 
Bennison Edward, house 7 Pleasant 
Bennison Mary, dress maker, house 7 Pleasant 
Bennett Abraham, house 68 Harbor [29 Norman 

Bennett Charles F. trunk and harness maker, 9 Church, house 
Bennett Edward, ship carpenter, house 48 Essex [831 do. 

Bennett George W. coach and chaise trimmer, 321 Essex, house 
Bennett John, gardener, house 119 O. B. iEU>ad 
Bennett Sarah L. milliner, house 48 Essex 
Bennett Sophia, house 29 Norman 

Bennett William, cabinet maker, house 48 Essex [16 Porter 
Benson Charles A. shoe maker^ 18 Derby square, house rear 
Benson John R. mariner, house rear 24 Northey 
Benson Samuel, captain, house 8 Bath 
Benson Samuel, jr. laborer, house 13 Saunders 



SALEX [B] OIKEGTOllT. 43 

Bermingham George, laborer, house 14 Summer 

Berry Aaron, mariner, house 18 March 

Berry Abigail Mrs. nurse, house 88 Derby 

Berry Charles H. rigger, 20 Derby wharf, house 19 St. Peter 

Berry Ebenezer, morocco dresser, house 42 Buffum 

Berry Elizabeth, house 16 School 

Berry George £. captain of the watch, house 9 Turner 

Berry George F. baker, house rear 52 Bridge 

Berry Jacob, house 18 March 

Berry John, currier, boards 3 Boston 

Berry John F. mariner, house 29 Harbor 

Berry Michael, laborer, house 17 Harbor 

Berry Nathaniel, house 37 St. Peter > 

Berry Nathaniel W. druggist, 9 Washington, h. 37 St. Peter 

Berry Samuel, farmer, house 18 March 

Berry William A. butcher, house 16 Dow 

Berry William H. sexton, house 345 Essex 

Berry William N. shoe maker, house 20 Salem 

Berry William W. mariner, house 88 Derby 

Bertram George, captain, house 20 Beckford 

Bertram John, merchant. Central wharf, house 24 Winter 

Bes8om Hannah Mrs. house 30 Eudicott [h. 3 Salem 

Bettis John B. auction and commission store, 10 Derby sq. 

Bettis Jonas A. auctioneer, house 30 Lafayette 

Biard Charles, house 20 Oliver 

Bickford Eben, currier, house Salem turnpike 

Bickford Thomas F. grocer, 85 Bridge, house do. 

Bigelow (Marv) & Herrick {Martha), millinery, 278 Essex, 

boards 24 Lynde 
Bird Benjamin M. painter, house 9 High 
Bird John, house 2 High street court 
Bird Sarah Mrs. house 5 Creek 
Black Abigail, widow, house 49 Derby 
Black James, laborer^ house 28 Union 
Blackie James, carpenter, boards 21 Lafayette 
Blackie John, tailor, 217 Essex, boards 269 do. 
Blackler John C. civil engineer, boards Essex House 
Blaisdell Samuel R. shoe maker, house 85 Lafayette 
Blake Augustus, tin plate worker, house Prospect 
Blake George T. house 406 Essex 
Blake Jethro, laborer, 16 Sewall 
Blanchard Daniel, laborer, house 2 English 
Blaney Henry, printer, house 39 Summer 
Blinn George, carpenter, 12 Lafayette, house 29 Pleasant 
Blinn John F. house 20 Park 
Bliss Stephen W. carpenter, house 31 Harbor 



44 SALEM [B] DIBECTOBT. 



Blossom Hannah Mrs. laundress, house 43 Union 

Blunt Henry Augustus, clerk, 22 Front, boards 28 Federal 

Blunt Thomas, laborer, house 18 Salem 

Boarrlman Daniel, grocer, 39 Derby, house 36 do. 

Boardman Francis, boards 33 Charter 

Boardman Francis G. shoe maker, boards 15 Hardy 

Boden Sarah, house 7 Dean 

Bogue Edward, laborer, house 27 Daniels 

Bogue John, laborer, house 27 Daniels 

Bogue Thomas, laborer, house 27 Daniels 

Bolles John D. mariner, house 90 Lafayette 

Bolton Ellen, widow, house 3 Church 

Bond Lewis, tanner, 13 Goodhue, house 105 Boston 

Bosson (Abraham F.) & Glover {George D.), boots and shoes, 

14 Lafayette, house 3 Park 
Boswell William W. clerk, 212 Essex, house 54 North 
Bott James, tanner and currier, 27 Boston, house do. 
Bott John C. currier. Pope's court, house 95 Boston 
Bott Mary Mrs. house 8 Lynn 
Bott Sally Mrs. house 339 Essex 
Bott Thomas, shoe maker, house 19 Becket 
Bott William C. currier, house 8 Lynn 
Bousley Joseph, housewright, house 26 Cedar 
Bowditch Daniel C. caulker and graver, house 6 Hardy 
Bowditch Ebed S. expressman, house 7 N. Pine 
Bowditcli George, house 16 Hardy 
Bowditch George, jr. mason, house 16Bentlev 
Bowditch Harriet Mrs. boarding house, 247 Essex 
Bowditch Lucinda M. house 19 Summer 
Bowditch Richard, carpenter, house 4 Prescott 
Bowditch Rebecca, dress maker, house 371 Essex [40 Water 
BowJitch William A. crockery and glass ware, 221 Essex, h. 
Bowdoin David W. daguerreotype artist, 208 Essex, house 

10 County 
Bowdoin W. L. dentist, 208 Essex, house 4 Andover 
Bowers Henry, house Goldthwait place 
Bowie Alexander, mariner, boards 22^^ Boston 
Bowie James, boarding house, 66 Harbor 
Bowker Charles, clerk, 8 Fish, house 9 Crombie 
Bowker Daniel R. {^Phillips, Goodhue &; B.), h. 8 St. Peter 
Bowker George, clerk, 8 Fish, house 9* Ciombie 
Bowker Joel, merchant, house 9 Crombie 
Bowman James, shoe maker, house 15 High street court 
Boyce Hugh, laborer, house Phelps court 
Boyce Hugh, house 325 Essex 
Boyce Jonathan H. laborer, house 15 Green 



SALEM [B] DIBECTOBT. 45 



Boyle Hugh, laborer, house 38 Marlboro' 

Boyle James, boards 67 Harbor 

Boyleston Nicholas, shoe maker, house 7 Orange 

Brace Thomas D. captain, house 19 Oliver 

Bracy John, morocco dresser, boards 30 Summer 

Bracy Mary R. dress maker, house 4 Orange 

Bradbury Charles L^rinter, house 60 Enaicott 

Bradford Benjamin W. cabinet maker, house 31 Turner 

Bradford John W. laborer, house Salem turnpike 

Bradley Charles B. coachman, house 7 Central 

Brady Edward, shoe maker, house 8 Hathorne 

Bragdon Joshua, clerk, house 6 Winthrop 

Bragdon Nathaniel, boards 76 Summer 

Brag^ Hartson, laborer, house 6 Curtis 

Branigan Arthur, shoemaker, house 3 Pond 

Branigan James, saddler, boards 17 Buffum 

Bray Ann R. dry goods, house 6 Federal 

Bray Benjamin, carriage maker, house 17 Carlton 

Bray Daniel H. captain, house 15 Brown 

Bray Mary, widow, house 15 Brown 

Brayden James, currier. Pope's court, house 93 Federal 

Breed George J. house 8 Mall 

Breed Holton J. house 8 Mall 

Breed Rebecca Mrs. dress maker, house 57 Summer 

Breen John, currier, house Phelps court 

Brennan Walter, laborer, house 2 High street court 

Brewster A. G. dentist, house 21 North 

Brewster Ira A. tanner and currier, 11 Franklin, h. 43 North 

Brickett B. currier, house 2 Laboratory 

Brickett James P. harness maker, house 14 Winter 

Bridget Eliza, teacher, house 396 Essex 

Bridges John B. carpenter, house 2 Barton court 

Briggs Charles C. carpenter, house II Gardner court 

Briggs Charles W. house 88 Lafayette 

Briggs Edward T. 15 Lafayette, house 42 Harbor 

Briggs James B. pres. Essex Ins. Co. house 1 East 

Briggs James C. nouse 1 East 

Briggs John F. currier, house 107 Boston 

Briggs Lydia Mrs. 77 North 

Briggs Nancy Mrs. house 97 Boston [42 Harbor 

Briggs Samuel; oil and candle manufacturer, 15 Lafayette, h. 

Briggs William, shoe maker, house 4 Frye 

Brigham Munroe B. farmer, house Lafayette 

Brigham Nelson, farmer, house Lafayette 

Bright Mary Mrs. house 28 Derby 

Brill Charles I. lace store, 148 Essex, boards Essex House 



46 BALBM [B] DIUBCTOBT. 



Brimblecomb Philip H. mariner, house 30 Derbj 

Brimmer Daniel, house 130 North 

Brimmer John C. K. currier, house 22 High 

Brittney Jane Mrs. house 100 Boston 

Broadrick Thomas, laborer, house 31 North 

Brogan Patrick, laborer, house Parker*8 court 

Brookhouse John H. house 23 Hieh 

Brookhouse Mary Mrs. house 23 High 

Brookhouse Robert, merchant, 165 Essex and Phillips' wharf, 

house 51 Washington [house 13 Lynde 

Brookhouse Robert, jr. merch'nt, 165 Essex and Phillips' whf. 
Brookhousp Sarah, widow, house 90 Essex 
Brooking Thomas, house rear 103 Federal 
Brooking Thomas, jr. blacksmith, house rear 103 Federal 
Brooks Abigail Mrs. house rear Endicott 
Brooks Alfred R. teamster, Derby wharf, house 7 Daniels 
Brooks Asa, hardware and crockery, 120 Essex, house 12 Mall 
Brooks Augustus T. flour, grain, coal, &c. 117 Derby, house 

91 Bridge [sex, house 2 County 

Brooks D. Brainard, book, stationery and music store, 193 £s- 
Brooks Henry M. clerk, 145 Essex, nouse 7 Liberty 
Brooks Isaac C. carpenter, house rear 11 Andrew 
Brooks James, carpenter, house rear 11 Andrew 
Brooks John, house and ship joiner, Derby whf. h. 13 Andrew 
Brooks John G. clerk. Custom House, house 11 Andrew 
Brooks Lavina Mrs. house 59 Summer 
Brooks Luke Mrs. house 10 St. Peter 
Brooks Luke (66 Commercial st. Boston), house 12 Mall 
I Brooks Luke, jr. grocer, 26 Water, house 22 Williams 
Brooks Lyman B. clerk, 193 Essex, house 36 Water 
Brooks Maria Mrs. house 36 Water 
Brooks Mary, house rear 11 Andrew 
Brooks Nathaniel H. grocer, 26 Water, house 10 St. Peter 
Brooks Susan, fancy goods, 102 Essex, house 14 Curtis 
Brooks Thomas, blacksmith, house Lummus court 
Brooks Thomas, house 14 Carlton [7 Liberty 

Brooks {Timothy) & Webster (2>. J3.), grocers, 121 JBss^x, h. 
Brooks William A. clerk, 6 Newbury, house 12 Mall 
Brooks William H. mariner, house 7 Liberty 
Broshanin Patrick, house 28 O. B. Road 
Brown Abraham Mrs. house 8 Lemon 
Brown Alexander, laborer, house 30 Essex 
Brown Amanda, boards 64 Harbor 
Brown Ammi, house 26 St. Peter 
Brown Ann Mrs. house 7 Sprinj 



Brown Benjamin, shoe maker, 12 East, house 16 Essex 



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BALEM [B] DIBBCTO&T. 47 

Brown Benjamin, cabinet maker, house 8 Elm 

Brown Benjamin Howard, tailor, house 7 Rust 

Brown Charles, ship carpenter, house 20 Pickman 

Brown Charles, mariner, house 7 Becket 

Brown Charles Augustus, machinist, house 11 Salem 

Brown Charles E. painter, house 10 Becket 

Brown Charles F. W. 6 Union 

Brown Daniel, baker, 8 Mill, house do. 

Brown Edmund, mariner, house 6 Woodbury's court 

Brown Edward, captain, house 6 Winter 

Brown Edward W. engineer E. R. R. b. A. A. Whiting's 

Brown Epes, carpenter, house 106 Essex 

Brown Ephraim, carpenttf , 21 Church, house do. 

Brown Ephraim, jr. clerk Register of Deeds, house 11 Winter 

Brown Esther Mrs. house 24 Mill 

Brown Francis, captain, house 25 Winter 

Brown George, carpenter and stair builder, 49 St. Peter, h. do. 

Brown Oeorge, jr. stair builder, 8 Northey, house do. 

Brown Oeorge A. house 14 Webb 

Brown George F. (S. Brown, ir, ^ Sons), house 31 Dearborn 

Brown Hannah Mrs. house 9 Tomer 

Brown Harvey, house 3 Bath 

Brown Henry, marble worker, house 9 Turner 

Brown Henry, mason, house 7 Turner 

Brown Henry, jr. house 29 Turner 

Brown Henry, Sd, shoe maker, house Phelps court 

Brown Henry A. clerk, 173 Essex, boards Sewall 

Brown Henry F. stair builder, house 49 St. Peter 

Brown {James M^ & Upton {Moses T.), carpenters, 7 Walnut, 

house 67i Essex 
Brown Jeremian, tanner, boards 28 Boston 
Brown J. Everett, house 15 Webb 
Brown John, laborer, house 21 Salem 
Brown John, stone cutter, house 116 O. B. Road 
Brown John A. boot maker, house 28 Church 
Brown John B. umbrella maker, 23 Washington, h. Prospect 
Brown John W. turner, house 107 Boston 
Brown Jonathan, house rear 14 Webb 
Brown Jonathan, jr. laborer, house 30 St. Peter 
Brown Jonathan E. mariner, house 15 Webb 
Brown Joseph A. baker, house 8 Mill 
Brown Judith Mrs. house 28 Boston 
Brown Lavinia D. Mrs. house North Pine 
Brown Leander C. trader, house 20 Boston 
Brown Luc^ Mrs. house 30 Union 
Brown Lydia, house 13 Pleasant 



48 SALBM [B] DIBECTOBT. 



Brown Margaret, house 25 Carlton 

Brown Mar&a A. teacher private school, 3 Bath 

Brown Mary Mrs. house Pearl, corner Short 

Brown Mary Mrs. house 9 Northey 

Brown Mary Mrs. house 24 Peabody 

Brown Mary, boards 66 Harbor 

Brown Mary Jane, teacher, house 106 Essex 

Brown Michael, mariner, house 21 Marlboro' 

Brown Nathaniel, captain, house 6 Union 

Brown Nathaniel, jr. captain, house 6 Union [26 St. Peter 

Brown Nehemiah, deputy sheriff and coroner, 150 Essex, house 

Brown Nehemiah, jr. counsellor, 150 Essex, h. 26 St. Peter 

Brown Parker, captain, house 28 St. Peter 

Brown Paul K. cooper, house 61 Essex 

Brown Robert L. painter, house 49 St. Peter 

Brown Samuel, house 116 O. B. Road 

Brown Samuel, jr. & Sons (Samuel 3rf, & George F. Brown) y 

wood, bark and hay, 34 and 36 North, house 57 Forrester 
Brown Samuel, 3d {Samuel Browne Jr. & Sons), h. 11 Dearborn 
Brown S. Augusta, teacher, house 3 Bath 
Brown Thomas Mrs. house 4 Rust 

Brown Willard H. (Battis ^ Broum), h. 22 Crombie, e. Norman 
Brown William, naval officer Custom House, house 19 Broad 
Brown William, mariner, house 7 Williams 
Brown William A. merchant (B.), house 50 Federal 
Brown William B. (Perkim S^ Broum) , house 86 Bridge 
Brown William B. painter, boards 21 Lafayette 
Brown William H. currier, house 2 Beach 
Brown Wm. S. house 19 Broad 
Brown William W. laborer, house 16 Porter 
Brown Winthrop, wool puller, house 13 Abom 
Browne Albert G. agent Boston Hemp Manufacturing Co. 66 

Commercial st. (B.), house 2 Broad 
Browne {Benjamin F.) & Price {Charles H.), druggists and 

apothecaries, 226 Essex, house 1 Hamilton 
Browne Charles Allen, druggist (B.), house 13 Pleasant 
Browne John A. boot maker, 31 Wash'n, house rear 28 Church 
Browne J. Vincent, merchant, house 15 Walnut 
Browning Geo. B. farmer, house 56 Harbor 
Bruce Francis, currier, house Warren, near Turnpike 
Bruce George W. currier, house Warren, near Turnpike 
Bruce Robert, carpenter, house Warren, near Turnpike 
Bruce Sarah Mrs. nouse 24 Derby 
Bruce Sarah Mrs. house Warren, near Turnpike 
Bryant George H. clerk, boards 8 Carpenter 
Bryant Hiram K. shoe maker, house 8 Carpenter 



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49 



Bryant J. Johnson, shoe maker, house 27 Norman 

Bryant John, shoe maker, house 46 Buffum 

Bryant Lvdia Mrs. house 2^ County 

Bryant Thomas, laborer, house 19 Carlton 

Bryant Timothy, merchant, house 13 Vine 

Bubier Deboran Mrs. house 21 Cross 

Budern Thomas, cooper, house 15 High st. ct 

Buffum Caleb, shoe maker, house 8 Buffum 

Buffum Charles C. steam planing, house 26 Forrester 

Buffum Charles J. house 26 Brown [h. 2d Forrester 

Buffum David, lumber and steam planing, 5, 7, and 9 Front, 

Buffum David C. shoe maker, 19 Buffum, house 17 do. 

Buffum Edward, saddler, 19 Buffum, house 17 do. 

Buffum Edward, at D. Buffum's, boards 25 Forrester 

Buffum Edward, shoe manufacturer, 19 Buffum, h. 16 Federal 

Buffum George, carpenter, boards 19 Buffum 

BufEum George R. house 26 Brown 

Buffum James R. house 26 Brown 

Buffum Peace, house 8 Buffum 

Buffum Robert, shoe maker, boards 199 North 

Bufium Sarah Mrs. house 1 Chestnut 

Buffum William, tanner, house 8 Buffum 

Buffum William M. house 26 Brown 

BuUard Birdseye, boards 56 Harbor 

BuUard Elizabeth, seamstress, house 17 Carlton 

Bullock Betsy, house 30 Federal 

Bullock Elizabeth, house 15 Hardy 

Bullock George, house 73 Derby 

Bullock Isaac S. grocer, 71 Derby, house 73 do. 

Bullock Preserve, house 30 Federal 

Bullock Samuel, house 73 Derby 

Bullock Sarah, dress maker, house 73 Derby 

Bulson Sarah Mrs. house 75 Boston 

Bumpus Sarah Mrs. house 5 Park 

Bunker Alexander, captain, house 103 Federal 

Bunker Alexander F. clerk, 155 Essex, house 103 Federal 

Bunker Eli, teamster, house 17 Salem 

Burbank David H. machinist, house 8 Curtis 

Burbank Eben G. carriage painter. West place, house 9 Lynn 

Burbank Elizabeth, house 104 Essex 

Burbank Eunice Mrs. house 8 Curtis 

Burbank Hannah Mrs. nurse, house 20 Conant 

Burbank Jonathan M. blacksmith, house Pearl 

Burbank Nicholas, mariner, house Hathome 

Burbank Silas, coach painter, 3 Cambridge, house do. 

Burbank SophU Mrs. nouse Everett, comer of Salem 



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Borbeck Wm. H. cutter, 24 WashiiiRtoii, house 32 Buffum 
Burchmore Hannah, widow of Stephen, house 7 Northej 
Burchmore Zachariah, shoe maker, house 27 Church 
Burchmore Zachariah, jr. British consul, 119 Derbj, house 7 

Northey 
Burchstead Job, shoe maker, house 62 BufFam 
Burchstead Benjamin E. shoe maker, 88 North, h. 1&| Buffum 
Burchstead Joseph, currier, boards 29 Buffum 
Burgess Elizabeth Mrtf. house 6 Becket 
Burgess James, mariner, house 2 Hollingsworth Hill 
Burgess Joseph, house 9 Herbert 
Burke Frederic, mariner, house 20 Carlton 
Burke Israel H. grocer, 2 Federal, house 8 Carpenter 
Burke Margaret, widow, house 24 Feabodj 
Burke Mary Ann, nurse, house 14 Briggs 
Burke Thomas, mason, house 2SS Daniel 
Burke William, carpenter, boards 6 Mason- 
Burke Wm. laborer, house 24 Feabody 
Burleigh Josiah, rope maker, house 16 Osgood 
Burley Alfred, morocco dresser, house Gholdthwait place 
Burley John, house 4 Lynde 
Burley Sarah, boards 60 Harbor 
Burnett S^ S. machinist, boards 21 Lafayette 
Burnham Ebenezer, house 38 Dearborn 
Bumham Elizabeth O. Mrs. nurse, house 18 Northey 
Burnham George, baker,. house 18 Northey 
Bumham John, upholsterer, house 51 Summer 
Bumham John T. secretary Holroke Mutual Fire XaAuranea 

Company, 27 Washington, house 12 WiUiams 
Bumham Joseph, mariner, house 68 Essex 
Burnham Lvdia P. Mrs. ho.use 396 Essex 
Bumham Martha Mrs. house 26 Marlboro' 
Burnham Sarah H. Mrs. house 15 County 
Bumham Sophia J. Mrs. dress maker, house 51 Summer 
Bums Andrew, grocer, Federal, oornerDean, house do. 
Bums Eunice Mrs. house 49 Derby 
Bums Joseph, laborer, house 15 St Peter 
Bums Lucretia, boards 64 Harbor 
Bums Mrs. house 32 Peabody 
Burns Nancy Mrs. fancy goods, 60 Essex 
Burns Peter, teamster, house 50 Derby 
Burr Ephraim, captain, house 14 Vine 
Burrill George, clerk (B.), house 6 Norman 
Burrill Josiah S. clerk, 240 Essex, house 385 do. 
Burrill Mary Mrs. nurse, house 31 Boston 
Burt John, restorator, house 65 Essex 



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Burton Joseph, house 67 Harbor 

Bush Charles, mariner, house 14 High st. ct. 

Bushby Eli, tanner, house Goldthwait place 

Buster Andrew, tanner, boards 1 Friend 

Buster James, tanner, boards 1 Friend 

Buswell Eben. boots and shoes, 196 Essex, house 5 Hathome 

Butland John, house 36 Buifum 

Butland Oliver, boards foot of Gardner 

Butler Edward, currier, house Beach 

Butler James, laborer, house near 6 Abom 

Butler John S. shoe maker, boards 49 St. Peter 

Butler Wentworth, shoe maker, h. Harrison arenue 

Butman Benjamin, variety store, 23 St Peter, house do. 

Butman Elisabeth Mrs. tailoress, house 61 Essex 

Butman Francis C. merchant (B), house 13 Mason 

Butman Luther C. shoemaker, house 23 St. Peter 

Butman Nancy C. house 14 Turner 

Butterfield Hiram, N. S. Mills, house 5 Park 

Buttrick Samuel B. clerk, 14 Washington, house 6 South 

Butts Alexander S. mariner, house 9 High st. court 

Buxton Edward, farmer, house 1 Abom 

Buxton George, City Express, R. R. Depot, house 8 Winter 

Buxton Hannah Mrs. house 7 Winter 

Buxton Henry, tanner, house 70 Boston 

Buxton Joseph, tanner, 11 Goodhue, house 14 Friend 

Buxton Joseph, jr. tanner and currier, house 49 Mason 

Buxton Joseph S. currier, house 16 Friend 

Buxton Paul, tanner and currier, house 25 O. B. Road 

Buxton Sarah E. dress maker, house 14 Hathome [Danvers 

Buxton Thomas, millinery and lace goods, 256 Essex, h. at 

Byrne Clifford C. teamster, house 2 Water 

CABAN WILLIAM, teamster, house 20 North 

Cabot Joseph S. priesident Asiatic Bank, house 365 Ess9X 

Cabot Rebecca, house 365 Essex 

Cagney Morris, laborer, house 4 Elm 

Cahoon Reuben, carpenter, house at Fort Pickering 

Cain John, tailor, house 20 Summer 

Caldwell Elizabeth W. Mrs. house 23 Turner 

Caldwell Geo. W. book agent, house 79 Bridge 

Caldwell Sarah Mrs. house 19 County 

Calef John, grocer, 26 Washington, house 5 Barton square 

Call Thomas A. Mrs. nurse, house 11 Carlton 

Callahan Dennis, laborer, house 4 High street court 

Callahan Jerry, laborer, house 1 High st. ct 

Callahan John, laborer, house 90 Derby 



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Calley Mary Mrs. house 5 Rust 

Galley Samuel, painter, 74 Washington, house 11 Rust 

Calley William, blacksmith, 33 Forrester, house 5 Rust 

Campbell Agnes Mrs. house 11 Lynn 

Campbell John Mrs. house 11 Lynn 

Campbell John, captain, house 1 Pratt 

Campbell John, mariner, house 46 Water 

Campbell John, currier, house 18 Conant 

Campbell Patrick, boarding house. 92 Derby 

Campbell Roderick, baker, boards 11 High 

Cannin Daniel Mrs. house rear 40 St. Peter 

Capula Joseph, cabinet maker, house 16 St. Peter 

Carey Josepn W. painter, 7 Boston, house Fulton st., Danyers 

Carey Patrick, tailor, 217 Essex, boards 30 Union 

Carey Sophia Mrs. house 317 Essex 

Carey Susan Mrs. house 6 High street court 

Carey William, painter, house 89 North 

Carleton Edwaru F. tanner, 14 Franklin, house 60 North 

Carleton Frazier, tanner, 14 Franklin, house 12 Marlboro' 

Carlin Samuel, shoe maker, boards 7 South 

Carll Mary Mrs. house 85 Mason 

Carlton David, stone cutter, house 74 O. B. Road 

Carlton Elizabeth, house 18 Union 

Carlton John, chaplain at Alms House, house 15 Oliver 

Carlton Jonathan F. carpenter, Friend, house 5 do. 

Carlton Mary I. teacher, house 4 Lynde 

Carlton Michael Rev. house 10 1-2 Vine 

Carlton Oliver, teacher Fisk School, Broad, house 54 Federal 

Carlton {S. Awfustw) & Merrill (/. C), clothing and furnishing 

store, 228 Essex, house Barr 
Cames Matthew M. house 17 Crombie 
Carney Thomas, laborer, house 409 Essex 
Carpenter Andrew, laborer, h. 18 Water [bds. 47 Washington 
Carpenter David P. clothing and furnishing store, 205 Essex, 
Carpenter Danford B. clerk, 205 Essex, boards 47 Washington 
Carr Alexander G. (B. & A. G. CarVt) boards Essex House 
Carr Benj. & A. G. bowling, rear 14 Front, boards 23 Union 
Carr Dennis, Essex Railroad, house 34 Forrester 
Carr John, laborer, house 8 English 
Carr Patrick, laborer, house 10 Webb 
Carroll Hannah Mrs. nurse, house 22 Lynde 
Carroll John, laborer, house 2Q North 
Carroll Michael, currier, house 11 Flint 
Carroway Peter, mariner, house 77 Derby 
Carter Jacob {J, Perley, jr. S^ CoX, house 3 North court 
Carter John, shoe maker, house 2 Gerrish place 



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Carter (John) & Riley (D.)» currier, r. 44 Boston, h. 36 South 

Carter Samuel, carpenter, house 4 Prince 

Cary Oeorge A. shoe maker, boards 6 High street court 

Cary John, pedler, 43 Union 

Casada Phalanx, baker, house Walter 

Casey Thomas, laborer, house Tucker's wharf 

Casey William, weaVer, house 27 Daniels 

Cass John, currier, boards 11 Breed 

Cass Jonathan, house 59 Harbor 

Cass Thomas, carpet painter, house 11 Breed 

Cassell Edward, hair dresser, Danvers, house 1 Ropes 

Cassell John, hair dresser, 7 1-2 Washington, house Cediu: 

Cassidy Hugh, laborer, house 10 Ward 

CaswcU Edmund, wheelwright, house 15 Friend 

Cate James S. laborer, house 6 English 

Cate Mary £. Mrs. seamstress, house 19 Green 

Cate Samuel, laborer, house 7 Salem 

Caulfield Anthony A. captain, house 30 Williams 

Caulfield Anthony D. captain, house 30 Williams 

Caulfield James U. mariner, house 4 Short 

Caulfield William Henry, captain, house 30 Williams 

Chadwick Ann & Catharine, house 396 Essex 

Chadwick James, overseer, house 8 Peabody [Chestnut 

Chadwick John, cashier Exchange Bank, 172 Essex, house 20 

Chalk Henry S. boards 3 Pleasant 

Chamberlain Augustus P. house 62 Federal 

Chamberlain Benjamin M. (Smith ^ C)i house 86 Summer 

Chamberlain Benjamin P. merchant (B.), house 62 Federal 

Chamberlain Hazen, coach and chaise builder, 117 North, h. 40 

Bufifum 
Chamberlain James (S. Chamberlain S^ Son), house 16 Lynde 
Chamberlain John, grocer, 3 Washington, house 23 Summer 
Chamberlain Joseph W. clerk, 123 Essex, boards 23 Summer 
Chamberlain Richard H. hosiery, &c. 236 Essex, h 3 County 
Chamberlain Samuel & Son {James Chamberlain), grocers, 24 

Front, house 1 High 
Chamberlain Samuel, jr. tailor, 29 Washington, h. 46 Federal 
Chamberlain Samuel J. currier, h. 23 Summer 
Chambers Oeorge, laborer, house 26 Peabody 
Chandler Abby B. millinery, 158 Essex, house 16 Norman 
Chandler David, restorator, 16 Derby square, house 16 Norman 
Chandler David, jr. blacksmith, house 16 Norman 
Chandler Gardner L. house 8 Mt. Vernon 
Chandler Harvey L. paper carrier, house rear 262 Essex 
Chandler James P {L, Chandler S^ Co.), boards 17 Vine 
Chandler Joseph, clerk (B.)> house 7 River 



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Chandler Joseph D. grocer, 96 Federal, house 7 BXv&c 

Chandler Joseph S. shoe maker, house 106 North 

Chandler Joseph T. grain and meal, City Mills, house 6 Pond 

Chandler I«ucretia Mrs. house 8 Mt. Vernon 

Chandler Luther & Co. {J. P. Chandler), -peiiodictlB and news- 
papers, 4 Washington, h. 25 Holton street, S. Danrers 

Chancy James, clothing and furnishing store, 211 Essex, h. 14 

Chapman Benjamin, captain, house 8 Beckford [Liberty 

Chapman George E. clerk f B.), house 33 Federal 

Chapman Isaac N. captain, n. 38 Pleasant 

Chapman (John) & Palfray (Charles W.), publishers Salem 
Register, 185 Essex, house 33 Federal 

Chapman John O. printer, 185 Essex, house 4 Andorer 

Chapman William H. & Co. (S. B, Pierce), rubber goods, 188} 
Essex, h. 24 Norman 

Chappell Wm. F. cabinet maker, house 14 County 

Chase Abijah, house 21 County 

Chase Benjamin, carpenter, house 28 Cedar 

Chase Caroline, boards 60 Harbor 

Chase Charles H. clerk, 44 Derby, house 26 do. 

Chase Eliza Mrs. house Harbor, comer Salem 

Chase Elizabeth Mrs. house 22 River 

Chase George C. agent Forest Rirer Lead Company, 145 Essex, 
house 69 Latayette, comer La Grange 

Chase George H. house 9 and 11 Federal 

Chase Horace M. weaver, boards foot of Gardner 

Chase Jacob C. mariner, house Osgood 

Chase Joseph L. house 77 Derby 

Chase Nathaniel, carpenter, house 26 Cedar 

Chase Philip, house 9 and 11 Federal 

Chase Stephen A. house 22 County 

Chase Thomas P. captain, house 8 Cambridge 

Chase Ward, carpenter, house 26 Cedar 

Chase William, hardware and stove dealer, 206 Essex, house 
23 1-2 County 

Cheesman Charles "H. mariner, house 8 Cherry 

Cheetham John, boards 63 Harbor 

Cheever Abigail Mrs. house 31 Brown 

Cheever George N. house 20 Winter 

Cheever Joseph, captain, house 4 Ash 

Cheever Mary P. nurse, house 83 Federal 

Cheever Porter, tanner, house 12 Boston 

Cheever William, tanner and currier, house 400 Essex 

Chesley Charles H. house 60 Broad 

Chever George f. counsellor, 24 1-2 Washington, h. 137 Essex 

Chever Henry, house. 137 Essex 



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Chever James W. merchant, Phillips' wharf, house 137 Essex 

Chever William J. captain, house 4 East 

Chew Henry, laborer, house 20 BiTor 

Chew Venus, house 15 Andrew 

Chipxnan Andrew M. & E. M. tin-plate and sheet iron workers, 

317 Essex, house do. 
Chipman Andrew T. currier, house 424 Essex 
Chipman Caroline, dress maker, house 13 Curtis 
Chipman Eleazer M. {A. M. % E. M. Chipman)^ 347 Essex 
Chipman Ellen, teacher, house 424 Essex 
Chipman Hannah, house 13 Federal 
Chipman Henry G. tin-plate worker, house 46 Broad 
Chipman James, house 16 Broad 
Chipman John, saddler, 424 Essex, house do. 
Chipman John M. shoe maker, house Beach 
Chipman Laura, assistant teacher Brown School, h. 424 Essex 
Chipman Mary, house 23 North 

Chipman Richard M. tin-plate worker, 356 Essex, h. 13 North 
Chipman Ward, house 15 Church 
Chisholm Eliza, house 7 Pond 

Chisholm Joseph, line and twine factory, 18 South, h. 7 Pond 
Chisholm Thomas, patent cordage, 22 Water, h. 40 Water 
Chiswell Samuel, caoinet maker, house 4 Turner 
Choate Abby, house 22 High 
Choate Alfred B. carpenter, 5 Fish, house 8 Lynde 
Choate Charles F. house 253 Essex 
Choate Francis & Co. {Edward A. Webtter), dry goods, 222 

Essex, house 57 Washington 
Choate Oeorge, physician, 255 Essex, house 253 do. 
Choate George C. S. physician, 238 1-2 Essex, house 253 do. 
Choate George F. {Northetid ^ C), boards 6 Barton square 
Choate Ira, machinist, house 22 Derby 
Choate Mehitable Mrs. house 10 Chestnut 
Choate Sarah Mrs. house Bridge, opposite cordage factory 
Christie Henry, harness maker, house 13 St. Peter 
Christy William, weaver, house 28 Peabody 
Church Benjamin, shoemaker, house 4 South 
Church Hannah Mrs. house 15 Salem 
Church Jonathan B. shoe maker, house 3 Ropes 
Church Lemuel, shoe maker, house 15 Salem 
Church Samuel, liyery stable, 5 Laboratory, house 2 do. 
Church William, shoe maker, house 2 Bopes 
Churchill Benjamin K. house 62 Mason 
Churchill William H. shoe maker, house 2 Conant 
Clapp Albert, turner, Front, comer Lafayette, house 17 Cedar 
Clapp Luther, turner, Front, comer Lafayette, boards 17 Cedar 



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Clarance Joseph, captain, house 12 Carlton 

Claridge Frederick, rope maker, house 27 Becket 

Claridge George, gum copal worker, house 27 Becket 

Claridge Ruth Mrs. seamstress, house 27 Becket 

Clark Asa, teamster, house 7 Herbert 

Clark (BenJ.F.) & Fuller {George W.), City Hotel, 277 Essex 

Clark Benjamin J. boards 18 Summer 

Clark Betsey, widow, house 16 Mill 

Clark Charles S. boards 59 Harbor 

Clark Elizabeth Mrs. house 34 Union 

Clark Elizabeth Mrs. house 95 Essex 

Clark Elizabeth 0. dress maker, house 95 Essex 

Clark George, farmer, house 19 Aborn 

Clark George C. carpenter, house 16 Andrew 

Clark George D. stone mason, house 12 Barton 

Clark Henry, shoe maker, house 19 Lemon 

Clark Henry, tobacconist, house 46 Boston 

Clark Henry 0. (Firth Sj Clark) f boards Mansion House 

Clark James, horse sheer, West place, house 75 North 

Clark John Mrs. house 12 Andrew 

Clark John, treas. Great Falls Manuf. Co. 47 State st., Boston, 

h. 4 Chestnut 
Clark John, mariner, house 2 Carlton 
Clarke John & Son, plumbers, 4 St. Peter 
Clark John D. captam, house 22 Andrew 
Clark John L. gardener, house 4 1-2 Federal 
Clark John W. book keeper, City Mills, house 53 Lafayette 
Clark Mary, widow, house rear 40 St. Peter 
Clark Mary A. boards 70 Harbor 
Clark Patrick, boards 89 Derby 
Clark Patrick, jr. house 21 Becket 
Clark Patrick (Ueeney Sf C), house 38 Essex 
Clark Samuel C. painter, 25 Neptune, house 6 Winter 
Clark Susan, teacher in Higginson School, house 16 Mill 
Clark William, laborer, house 27 Daniels 
Clark William, currier, 1)oards 5 May 
Claxton Edward, laborer, house 8 Pratt 
Cleaveland Ebenezer, blacksmith, house 24 Derby 
Cleayes Eunice Mrs. house 59 Buffum 

Cleaves Joshua, book keeper (B.), boards Essex House [ant 
Cleaves Nath'l, weigher and ganger, 31 India (B.),h. 26 Pleas- 
Clement Elizabeth, widow, house 100 Boston 
Clement James, pedler, house Lemon court 
Clement Thomas C. laborer, house 32 Water 
Clement Mary, nurse, house 97 Essex 
Clemmons Rebecca Mrs. house 88 Derby 



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Cleyeland Lucy Mrs. house 19 Washington 

CleTeland William S. sec'y Oriental Ins. Co. h. 62 Lafayette 

Clifford Eben, tanner, houde 100 Federal 

Clifford Hannah Mrs. house 22 Becket 

Clifton John, merchant (B.), house 92 Lafayette 

Clough Andrew, jr. mariner, house 10 Daniels 

Clough Andrew Q. house 12 Daniels 

Clough Benjamin, mariner, house 12 Daniels 

Clough Luther L. house 68 Harbor 

Clough Robert P. currier, house 16 Mechanic 

Clough Thomas, mariner, house 63 Essex 

Clough W. H. captain, house 10 Pleasant 

Cloutman George W. mariner, house 14 Creek 

Cloutman Hannah B. Mrs. house 12 Summer 

Cloutman Joseph, city clerk, City Hall, house 10 Union 

Cloutman Joseph P. clerk, 0. C. R. R. (B.), house 10 Union 

Cloutman Nathaniel L. mariner, house 10 Turner 

Cloutman Samuel, shoe maker, house 10 Park 

Cloutman Samuel C. mariner, house 10 Park 

Cloutman Sarah, tailoress, house 17 Carlton 

Cloutman Stephen, mariner, house 33 Turner 

Cobb Joshua S. clerk, 14 Front, boards 20 Beckford . 

Cobb Seward P. currier, boards 6 May 

Cobum Henry A. currier, house 80 Boston 

Cochran James, laborer, house 103 Derby 

Cochran Joseph, teamster, house 27 Dearborn 

Cochran Morris, laborer, house 24 Ward 

Cochran Patrick, laborer, house Tucker's wharf 

Cochran Thomas, currier, house 405 Essex 

Cochran William, boards 27 Dearborn 

Cody Edward, mariner, house 407 Essex 

Cody Michael, laborer, house 26 Union 

Cod^ Patrick J. currier, boards 18 Summer 

Coffin Calvin, shipwright, S. Railway, Gardner it. h. 11 South 

Coffin Nathan P. machinist, house 11 South 

Coffin William, mariner, house 11 South 

Cogswell Epes, housewright, house 24 Derby 

Cogswell Epes, jr. housewright, house 22 Derby 

Cogswell Henry (J. C. ^ H. Cogswell), house foot Summer 

Cogswell John C. & Henry, watches, jewelry and sHver ware, 

179 Essex, house 26 County 
Coffswell Robert, house 26 County 
Coiley Dayid, laborer, house 2 High street court 
Colbum Abraham, laborer, house 7 North court 
Colburn Charles S. mariner, house 24 Derby 
Colby Freeborn G. earpenter, house 17 Vine 

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Colby Isaac, physician, house 24 St. Peter 

Colby Isaac N. tanner, house 135 Boston 

Colby James T. caulker and graver, house 88 Derby 

Colby John B. caulker and graver, house 46 Peabody 

Colby' William C. caulker and graver, house 19 Federal 

Colcord Edward H. stabler, house 26 Marlboro' 

Colcord Stephen, restorator, 3 Higginson square, house do. 

Cole George, ostler, Essex House, house 9 1-2 St. Peter 

Cole Israel D. {Smith ^ C), boards 16 Winthrop 

Cole John W. engineer, house 3 March 

Cole Mary A. Mrs. house 13 Pickman 

Cole Morres Rev. house 31 Harbor 

Cole Nicholas, laborer, house 3 March 

Cole Sarah B. Mrs. house 64 Lafayette 

Cole Solomon D. shoe maker, house 12 Park 

Cole Thomas, house 28 Chestnut 

Colfield James, captain, house 4 Short 

Collier John, rope maker, house 16 Conant 

Collier John H. sash and blind maker, 12 Federal, h. 6 Breed 

Collier Lois, house 7 North court 

Collins Albert, cigar maker, house 14 English 

Collins Arthur S. shoe maker, boards 8 North court 

Collins Charles, mariner, house 31 Turner 

Collins Daniel, house 21 Becket 

Collins Edward, captain, house 31 Turner 

Collins Hannah B. nouse 14 English 

Collins Henry, constable, house 24 Buffum 

Collins James, rope maker, house 14 English 

Collins John, laborer, house Dodge 

Collins John, laborer, house 90 Derby 

Collins John, seamen's boarding house, 14 Neptune 

Collins John, currier, boards 2 Friend 

Collins John, jr. laborer, house 18 Water 

Collins Joseph, carpenter, at J. Brooks's, house 14 English 

Collins LucretiaMrs. house 20 Boston 

Collins Lucy Mrs. house 7 Munroe 

Collins Thomas, laborer, house 85 Derby 

Collins Thomas, shoe maker, house 25 Carlton 

Collins Timothy, laborer, house 41 Union 

Collins Timothy, laborer, house 21 Becket [10 Marlboro' 

Colman Benjamin, auction and commission store, 26 Front, h. 

Colman George, book binder, 226j^ Es^ex, h. 17 Washington 

Colman George, shoe maker, boards 4 Mason 

Colman John, laborer, house 93 Derby 

Colman Peter, cabinet maker, boards 21 Lafayette 

Colman William, mariner, house 12 Porter 



Comer Vincent, laborer, house 8 Webb 

Comstock John, machinist, house 16 Salem 

Comstock William A. house 8 Williams 

Conant Ezra, mason, house 10 Howard 

Conant John, mason, boards 1 Ward 

Conboy Oeorge, house Derby, near Webb 

Condon Thomas, shoe maker, house 119 O. B.Road 

Condon Thomas, laborer, house Tucker's wharf £14 Williams 

Connell Martin, trunk and harness maker, 7 St. reter, house 

Conner Charles, mariner, house 13 Ash 

Conner Matthew, house 11. Pond 

Conner Martha A. Mrs. house 8 Carlton 

Conner Patrick, printer, 185 Essex, house 11 Pond 

Conner Robert, prof, architecture, engineering and drawing, 16 

Washington, house 5 Barton square 
Conner William, currier, house 411 Essex 
Conners Patrick, laborer, house 8 Essex 
Connolly Christopher, house foot of Gardner 
ConoUy Horace L. counsellor, 145 Essex, house 34 Turner 
Conrad David, cigar maker, boards 408 Essex 
Conrad Jacob, currier, boards 408 Essex 
Conrey James H. currier, 7 Franklin, house 47 North 
Converse Abigail Mrs. boarding house, 40* Water 
Converse Mary E. house 13 Crombie 
Convoy George, contractor, house Derby, near the railroad 
Conway Chaplin, captain, house Barr 
Conway Edward, cutler, 329 Essex, house do. 
Conway Edward A. clerk, 25 MarJtet square, house 8 Church 
Conway Hugh, currier, 69 Mason, house 3 Oak 
Conway James Rev. pastor St. Mary's Church, h. 18 Winter 
Cook Arial, conductor on Essex R.'R. house 12 Mechanic 
Cook Christopher, currier, house North Pine 
Cook Daniel, machinist, boards 25 Lafayette 
Cook Daniel, house 79 Lafayette 
Cook Elizabeth P. house 8 Charter 
Cook Oeorge C. tailor, house 5 Mason 

Cook Oeorge T. constable, house 66 North {h. 73 Federal 

Cook Humphrey, hats, caps and furs, 233 Essex and 33 Wash. 
Cook James, cabinet maker, house 18 Andrew 
Cook John, rope maker, house 36 Pleasant 
Cook Mary, house 8 Charter 
Cook Merritt, house 44 Boston 
Cook Nathan, house 79 Lafayette 
Cook Owen, currier, house 3 Church 
Cook Samuel, merchant, house 66 Federal 
Cook Simon L. cutter, 211 Essex, house 8 Charter 



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Cook William, house 12 Carlton 

Cook William Rev. house 8 Charter 

Cook William. 3d, mariner, house 16 Andrew 

CooUdge Lemuel, clerk, boards 21 Lafayette 

Coombs Frederic, coach and gisf trimmer, 73 North, h. 67 do. 

Coombs Lydia Mrs. house 51 North 

Coombs William H. sail maker, house 5 Northey 

Cooper Daniel J. hair dresser, 134 Derby, house 10 English 

Cooper Harriet Mrs. house 18 Crombie 

Copeland Georj?e W. painter, over 275 Essex, h. 7 1-2 Wash. 

Copeland Harriet Mrs. boarding, 7 1-2 Washington 

Copeland Robert M. carpenter, house 22 Norman 

Copeland William H. at J. Newell's, boards 7 1-2 Washington 

Copp E. W. grocer, 60 Boston, house do. 

Copp William, city express, house 16 Church 

Cornelius (Alonzo G.)& Lefavour {T. If.), merchant tailors, 

178 Essex, house 4 Short 
Coming Joseph, mason, house Prospect 
Cosey Daniel, house 9 Herbert 
Cosey James, house 9 Herbert 
Cotterill Judith Mrs. house 4 Parker's court 
Cottle Hannah Mrs. seamstress, house 50 Derby 
Cottle William H. shipwright, house 5 Allen 
Couch Daniel, baker, house 7 Breed 
Couch Emeline E. teacher, 82 North, house 7 Breed 
Coughlin Timothy, laborer, house Parker's court 
Cousins Thomas, laborer, house 8 English 
Cox Benjamin, merchant, house 21 Norman 
Cox Benjamin, jr. physician, house 23 Norman 
Cox Daniel, engineer, house Dodge's court 
Cox Francis, comm. merchant, 66 Comm'l (B.), h. 1 Chestnut 
Cox Mary O. Mrs. nurse, house 16 High 
Crafts George, junk, head of Webb's wharf, house 1 Hardy 
Cra^n George, boards 4 Mason [14 Central 

Craig (Samuel) & Griffen (John S.), provisions, 3 Lafayette, h. 
Cram Benjamin H. conductor E. R. R. house 13 Cambridge 
Crandell Charles, cooper, house 10 Becket 
Crandell John, sail maker, house 12 Becket 
Crane James, jr. shoe maker, house 264 Essex 
Crane Rebecca, millinery, 264 Essex, house do. 
Creamer Benjamin, merchant, house 361 Essex 
Creamer Geo. bookseller and stationer, 151 Essex, h. 86 Bridge 
Creamer Hannah Mrs. house 12 Walnut 
Creamer James B. captain, house 361 Essex 
Creamer Matthew, house East Webb [h. 8 Grove 

Creasy Chas. superintendent Harmony Grove, ana constable, 



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Creasy Mehitable, nurse, house 16 Essex 

Creco Michael, rope maker, house 17 Pond 

Crocker Josiah, sail maker, Phillips' wharf, house 18 Mall 

Crocker Samuel P. fruit and confectionery, 203 Essex, boards 

Cronan John, house Harbor, corner Salem [^ansion House 

Cronan William, harness maker, boards 12 Asn 

Crosby Franklin, shoe maker, house 27 Forrester 

Crosby Sarah Mrs. nurse, house 8 Andover 

Crosby Thomas, mariner, house 23 Buffum 

Cross Hannah, seamstress, house 9 Liberty 

Cross Henry J. mariner, house Liberty Hill Road 

Cross Joseph S. clerk, 12 Washington, boards 24 Liberty 

Cross Joshua H. tin-plate worker, house 50 Lafayette 

Cross Lucy, tailoress. house 9 Liberty 

Cross Maiy A. teacher, house 13 Liberty 

Cross Parker, farmer, house Liberty Hill Road 

Cross Rebecca G. teacher, house 13 Liberty 

Cross Sarah E. teacher Epes School, Abom 

Cross Susan, house Liberty Hill Road 

Cross William, house 13 Liberty 

Cross William, jr. mariner, house 19 Williams 

Cross William T. mariner, house 57 Broad 

Crowell Abigail Mrs. house 47 St. Peter 

Crowell Hannah Mrs. house 47 St. Peter 

Crowley John, laborer, house foot Gardner 

Crowley John, laborer, house 7 Ropes 

Cuffe James, boarding house, 80 Derby 

CuUiton John, tanner and currier, Milldam, house 9 Friend 

Cummings William W. boot maker, house 2 Water 

Cummiskey Thomas, waiter at 21 County 

Cunningham Henry, currier, house Goldth wait place 

Cunningham John, tanner, house 53 St Peter 

Cunningham Mary Mrs. house 53 St. Peter 

Cunningham Nicholas, laborer, house 2 High street court 

Cunningham Patrick, laborer, house 32 Peabody 

Curran Andrew, house 16 Williams 

Curran Hannah Mrs. nurse, house 12 Lynn 

Curran John, mason, house 16 Williams 

Curran Michael, currier, boards 2 Friend 

Curran Stephen, chemist, house 12 Lynn 

Currier Alfred T. S. house 4 Cherry 

Currier Daniel, laborer, house 18 Hardy 

Currier Edmund, watch maker, 181 Essex, house 4 Cherry 

Currier John B. captain, house 85 Federal 

Currier Seth, house 69 Harbor 

Currier Seth S. cabinet maker, house 19 North 



62 8ALSM [D] DIBECTOBT. 

Cortan John, laborer, house 15 Ash 

Curtis Daniel, captain, house 3 Church 

Curtis Deliyerance Mrs.^house 17 North • 

Curtis Oeorge, shoe maker, house 74 O. B. Road 

Curtis Josepn H. mariner^ house 15 Pond 

Curtis Levi, drover, house 126 Old Boston Road 

Curtis Manuel, mariner, house 31 Federal 

Curtis Nancy, house 51 Federal 

Curtis Stephen W. shoe maker, house 50 Harbor 

Curwen George R. clerk Register of Deeds, house 21 Lynde 

Curwen James B. merchant, Central wharf, house 19 Lynde 

Curwen Priscilla B. Mrs. house 21 Lvnde 

Curwen Samuel R. captain, house 30 Brown 

Cushing Isaac, merchant, 113 Derby, h. 107 Essex [14 Harbor 

Cashing {Jos^h S.) & Flint (Simeon), masons, 12 Fish, house 

Cushmg Maria, teacher, house 22 Lynde 

Cushing Nancy P. Mrs. nurse, house 22 Lynde 

Cushing Sarah Mrs. house 310 Essex 

Cushman Susan, boards 60 Harbor 

Cutter James, laborer, house 54 St. Peter 

Cutts Benjamin, blacksmith, 8 Sewall, house 32 Beckford 

Cutts Richard, blacksmith, Endicott, n. Mill, h. 45 Endicott 

DABNEY MARTHA, house 9 Boston 

Daggett Mary, boards 66 Harbor 

Dailey Robert, porter, 10 Central, house 8 Porter 

Dakin John H. house 3 Mechanic 

Dakin Timothy H. freight agent E. R. R. house 77 Summer 

Daland Benjamin, shoemaker, 5Higginson square 

Daland Joanna Mrs. house 12 & 14 Beckford 

Daland Joanna, carpet maker, house 12 & 14 Beckford 

Daland Mary, tailoress, house 12 & 14 Beckford 

Daland Tucker, merchant (B.), house 132 Essex 

Dale Joseph, ciurier, 55 Boston, house 93 do. 

Daley Jeremiah, laborer, house Neptune, corner Elm 

Daley John, weaver, boards 67 Harbor 

Dalrymple James, teamster, 109A Derby, house 94 Essex 

Dalrymple Rebecca, Mrs. nurse, nouse 99 Essex 

Dalrymple Sarah Mrs. house 10 Essex 

Dalrymple Simon O. cooper, 4 Derby wharf, house 99 Essex 

Dalton Edward E. tailor, 217 Essex, house 11 Bath 

Dalton Edward H. (Joseph Dalton &; 8tm), house 75 Boston 

Dalton Eleazer M. shoe manufacturer, 28 Front, house 11 Bath 

Dalton Eleazor M. currier, house North Pine 

Dalton James, weaver, house 100 Derby 

Dalton John, currier, house 88 Federal 



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Dalton John C. coachman (B.)i house 31 Norman 

Dalton Joseph & Son {E. H. Dalton), shoe manufactory, 28 

Front, house 75 Boston 
Dalton Joseph A. tanner, 51) Boston, house North Pine 
Dalton Mary Mrs. house 12 Daniels 
Dalton Saran N. Mrs. house 65 Essex 
Dalton Thomas, boards 58 Harbor 
Dalton William, blacksmith, house 28 0. B. Eoad 
Dalton William, jr. Mrs. house 28 O. B. Road 
Dame John, sexton, house 55^ Broad 
Dame Lucy A. house 10 Carlton 
Danforth Edward, carpenter, boards 81 Summer 
Danforth John K. tailor, house 15 Carlton 
Danforth Joseph A. carpenter, 46 Union, house 2 Bath 
Danforth Nancy, boards 61 Harbor 
Danforth Saml. G. carpenter, Margin, near Endicott, house 81 

Summer 
Danforth William H. carpenter, house 1 Sewall 
Daniels Abigail Mrs. house 8 Huthorne 
Daniels Blake, shoe maker, house 46 Broad 
Daniels John, shoe maker, house 12-5 Lafayette 
Daniels Lucy Mrs. nurse, house 7 South 
Daniels Stephen, provisions, 38 Marlboro', house 8 Federal 
Daniels William, shoe maker, house 61 Broad 
Danley Amos, confectioner, boards 25 Harbor 
D'Arcy John, boarding, 6 Water 
Davenport Edmond P. chair painter. 111 Essex 
Davenport William, shoe maker, house 16 Central 
Davidson Henry, tanner, house 47 Broad 
Davidson John, tanner, house 75 Mason 
Davidson Moses, coach painter, 7 Boston, house 9 May 
Davis Amos W. mariner, house 4 Palfray court 
Davis Anstis Mrs. nurse, house 2 Winthrop 
Davis Augustus, tailor, house 14 High 
Davis Benjamin, shoe maker, boards 142 North 
Davis Christopher C. shoe maker, house 4 Melcher court 
Davis Charles H. painter and glazier, house 142 North 
Davis Charles R. tailor, 29 Washington, house 16 High 
Davis David W. shoe maker, house 64 North 
Davis Dudley B. captain, house Osgood 
Davis Eliza B. house 78 Bridge 
Davis Fanny, widow, house Lummus' court 
Davis Hannah L. dress maker, house 11 Ash 
Davis Henry H. clerk at Essex House 
Davis Horace W. cigar divan, 230 Essex, boards 24 Liberty 
Davis Horatio G. baggage master Essex R. R. h. 29 Harbor 



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Davis Jacob P., Salem and Boston Express, office 10 Boston, 

house 11 do. 
Davis James, shoe maker, house 4 Forrester 
Davis James B. {Brown S^ D.)^ house 25 High ^ 
Davis John, fish dealer, house 31 Bridse 
Davis John, carpenter, house 1 Federal 
Davis John, 3d, tanner and currier, Beach, house 5 May 
Davis John H. junk & paper stock, 14 Water, h. 25 Pickman 
Davis Jonathan G. house 64 North 
Davis Joseph W. laborer, house 12 Upham 
Davis Lydia, house 2 May 
Davis Mary Mrs. hou^e 10 Lynn 
Davis Mary A. house 2 May 
Davis Nathaniel, house Parker's court 
Davis Paine M. shoe maker, house 64 North 
Davis Patrick, gardener, house Phelps court 
Davis Perley, fruit, &c. 10 Lafayette, house do. 
Davis Richard, captain, house 19 Hardy 
Davis Rodman J. dancing master, house Phelps court 
Davis Sally, widow, house 5 May 

Davis Samuel, hair dresser, 45 Washington, boards 23 Liberty 
Davis Sylvester P. shoe maker, house 80 North 
Davis Warren P. currier, 53 Boston, house North Pine 
Davis William B. captain, house 8 Howard 
Dawson George, ship keeper, house 22 Carlton 
Dawson Mehitable, seamstress, house 22 Carlton 
Day Albert {ElwellS^D.), house 9 Cedar 
Day Amos r. {Goklthtvait S( D.), house 14 Harbor 
Day John, captain, house 68 Federal 
Day Lydia Mrs. house 3 Frye 
Day Margaret Mrs. house 2U Carlton 
Day Mary Mrs. house 3 Lynn 
Day Mary Mrs. house 3 Frye 

Day Samuel, jailor and constable, house 46 St. Peter 
Day Thomas, farmer, house 56 North 
Day William, laborer, house 4 Pratt 
Dean Desire N. widow, house 4 Forrester 
Dean George, mariner, house 47 Broad 
Dean Myron M. Rev. house 22 Dearborn 
Dean Sarah B. widow of Jona. house 4 Forrester 
Dean Silsbee, shoe maker, house 4 Forrester 
Dean William H. captain, house 47 Broad [st. Danve^s 

Dearborn Charles A. tin ware & stoves, 119 Boston, h. 1 Main 
Dearborn John R. laborer, house 17 Park 
Dearborn Lorenzo, Naumkeag House, 50 Old Boston Road 
Decker R. M. carver, house Prescott 



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Decosta Lydia Mrs. house 21 Cedar 

Dee David, house 77 Derby 

Deland Benjamin, boot maKer, boards 60^ Endioott 

Deland Judith, house 29 Beckford 

Deland Mehitable Mrs. house 9 Newbury 

Deland Robert, house 113 Essex 

Deland Samuel D. shoe maker, hoifse 33 Bridge 

Delany Patrick, pedler, house 26 Ward ' 

Delany Thomas, laborer, house 76 North 

Dempsey Mary, widow, house 30 Peabody 

Dempsey Michael laborer, house 7 Ropes 

Dempsey Patrick, morocco dresser, house 71 Federal 

Dempsey Simon, waiter at 204 Essex 

Dempsey Thomas, laborer, house 90 Derby 

Dennen Job {Preston S^ Co.), boards 13 Allen 

Dennie Michael, clerk, 186 Essex 

Dennis Charles N. at 6. L. Winn's, boards 24 Mill 

Dennis Devereux, house 4 School 

Dennis Devereux, jr. carpenter, 35 North, house 15 Dearborn 

Dennis Elizabeth B. widow, house 90 Boston 

Dennis Michael, laborer, boards 269 Essex 

Dennis Susan, teacher, Mason, house 12 Carpenter 

Derby Abigail Mrs. foot of Blaney 

Derby Charles, watch maker, 180 Essex, house 15 Northey 

Derby Charles, 2d, house foot Blaney 

Derby E. Hersy, house 100 Lafayette 

Derby Elizabeth Mrs. house 312 Essex 

Derby Henry, tailor, 32 Washington, house 22 Lynde 

Derby John, printer, house 2 Dow 

Derby Martha Mrs. house 8 Beckford 

Derby Mary, artist, foot Blaney 

Derby Nicholas L. tanner, house 12 Boston 

Derby Sarah Mrs. house 73 Federal 

Derby Susan Mrs. nurse, house 2 Dow 

Derby T. Putman Mrs. house 11 Williams 

Desent Elizabeth, widow, house 40 St. Peter 

Desmond John, shoe maker, house 13 Mall 

Devereux George H. adjutant general, house 19 School 

Devereux Humphrey, merchant, house 34 Chestnut 

Devine James, house 6 Peabody 

Devine John, currier, boards 2 Friend 

Devine Michael, laborer, house 29«^eptune 

Dewing Dolly, dress maker, house 2 Lynde 

Dewing Joseph, captain, house 16 Marlboro* 

Dewing Josiah, captain, house 21 Federal 

Dexter Benjamin W. house foot Gardner 

Dickinson George, laborer, house 59 Federal 



66 8ALEM [D] DIBECTOBT. 

Dickson Augustus, carpenter, 31 North, house 35 Buffum 
Dickson Thomas, tanner, house 2 Mason 
Dickson Thomas, jr. carpenter, 37 North, house 33 Buffum 
Dike John, coal, wood and bark, 33 Water, house 20 Marlboro' 
Dill (John S.) & Pratt (S. J.)» fish and oyster, 64 Union, house 

13 Hardy 
Dilloway Timothy, laborer, house 7 English 
Dimond Abigail Mrs. seamstress, house 10 Lynn 
Dimond Abigail, dress maker, house 10 Lynn 
Dimond Dayid, mariner, house 10 Ljrnn 
Ditmore Abigail, widow, house 12 Oliver 
Dix Asa C. dry goods, 240 Essex, house 4 Beckford 
Dix Daniel, watchman, house 2 Carlton 
Dix George, currier, house 424 Essex 
Dix Martna Mrs. house 94 Essex ^ 

Dix Thomas M. clerk, 29 Peabody, house 84 Summer 
Dockham B. Mrs. house 385 Essex 
Dockham Elizabeth Mrs. nurse, house 26 ESssex 
Dockham Mary Ann, dress maker, 385 Essex 
Dockham T. Jefferson, gum copal worker, house 26 Essex 
Dockham William, gum copal worker, house 26 Essex 
Dodd George, currier, boaras 22 1-2 Boston 
Dodd John, laborer, house 17 Harbor 
Dodd Richard, laborer, house 18 Mill 
Dodd Thomas, switchman E. R. R. house 25 Mill 
Dodge David, house 5 Orange 
Dodge Ebenezer & Co. (S. A. Saffbrd)^ flour, grain, and plaster, 

10 Peirce*s wharf, house 4 Federal court 
Dodge Enos, house 17 Wmter [Brown 

Dodge George, grocery and clothing store, 122 Derby, house 2 
Dodge George A. marmer, house 8 Conant 
Dodge George A. Mrs. house 11 South 
Dodge George F. clerk, 122 Derby, boards 2 Brown 
Dodge Jacob L. wood and coal, 17 Lafayette, house 18 do. 
Dodge James A. clerk, 10 Peirce's wharf, house 77 Lafayette 
Dodge John, fruit and groceries, 104 Derby, house Carlton 
Dodge John N. carpenter, house 52 Water 
Dodge John W. wheelwright, 31 Liberty, house 6 Church 
Dodge Josiah, carpenter, nouse 93 Bridge 
Dodge Josiah, mariner, house 8 Conant 

Dodge Josiah, jr. carpentei^ house 8 Conant fChurch 

Dodge Luke E. carriage painter, Endicott, near Mill, house 6 
Dodge Mary Mrs. house 6 High street court 
Dodge Mary Ann Mrs. seamstress, house 113 Essex 
Dodge Pickering, house 33 Chestnut 
Dodge Pyam, 17 Lafayette, house 18 do. 



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Dodge Rebecca Mrs. house 35 Chestnut 
Dodge Richard F. mariner, house 8 Conant 
Dodge Temple, painter, house 22 Dearborn 
Dodge Wilham, currier, house 28 Beckford 
Dodge William H. mariner, house 8 Conant 
Dodge William M. shoe maker, 3 Lemon, house 6 do. 
Doggett William, laborer, house 12 High street court 
Doherty Arthur, laborer, house Odell square 
Dolan Morris, laborer, house 30 North 
Dolan William, laborer, house 6 Vine 
Dolliver John, shoe maker, house 30 Pleasant 
Dominick Michael, laborer, house 20 Becket 
Donahoe Michael, laborer, house 86 Derby 
Donahue Dennis, currier, boards 2 Friend [20 Northey 

Donaldson Alexander, pump and block maker, 5 Neptune, h. 
Donaldson Elizabeth, house 52 Essex 
Donaldson John, pump and block maker, house 20 Northey 
Donayan John, laborer, house 5 English 
Doncaster John, currier, boards 10 Oak 
Donohue Patrick, laborer, house 65 Broad 
DonoTan Ellen, widow, house rear 40 St. Peter 
Donovan John, laborer, house 5 Vine 
Donovan Michael, laborer, house 3 Vine 
Donovan Michael, laborer, house 18 Water 
Donovan Patrick, laborer, house 3 Vine 
Dore Edmund, house 25 Mill 

Doret Stephen, mariner, 14 Water, house 29 Turner 
Dorety William, laborer, house 34 Peabody 
Dorgan John, laborer, house 71 Federal 
Doudv John, currier, house 125 Boston 
Douglass William, laborer, house 50 Derby 
Dow Mary, boards 65 Harbor 
Dow Warren, jr. printer, house 10 Saunders 
Dowbridge Andrew, rigger, house 9 Gardner court 
Dowbridge Andrew, jr. mason, house 6 Winthrop 
Dowdell John, laborer, house 46 Water 
Dowe Stephen, pedler, boards 138 North 
Dowe Warren J. printer, house 10 Saunders 
Downes Marv Mrs. house 15 Fish 
Downie A. £. Mrs. house 264 Essex 
Downing Catherine Mrs. house 22 Williams 
Downing John W. rT. Downinq 4r Co. j, house 47 Summer 
Downing Thomas « Co. (J, W. Downing ^ A. J. Archer and 
J. X). HammondJ, dry goods, 173 Essex, house 20 Brown 
Downing Thomas W. clerk, 173 Essex, house 20 Brown 



68 8ALEH [D] DIRECTORT. 

Dowst David B. coachman, house 9 Creek 

Dowst Justin, laborer, house 9 Creek 

Dowst Richard, baker, house 7 Pratt 

Dowst Richard, jr. carpenter, house 7 Pratt 

Dowst Wesley, house 6 Creek 

Dowst William, baker, house 6 Creek 

Doyle Edward, laborer, house 3 High street court 

Doyle Thomas, boarding house, 33 Summer 

Draper Arnold, millinery, 260 Essex, house do. 

Draper William, morocco dresser, house 16 0. B. Road 

Drew Thomas, waiter and tender, 7 Washington, h. 14 Porter 

Dris.coll Dennis, laborer, house rear 89 Derby 

DriscoU John, laborer, house 13 Daniels 

DriscoU John, ir. laborer, house 6 Neptune 

DriscoU Peter, laborer, house 93 Derby 

Driver George, shoe cutter, 16 Washington, h. Cedar, c. Cherry 

Driver John, tinman, boards 46 Broad [Front, h. 403 Essex 

Driver Stephen, shoe manufacturer, 16 Washington and 34 1-2 

Driver Stephen P. book keeper, 16 Washington, h. 403 Essex 

Drown Asa, carpenter, boards 32^t. Peter 

Dubois Lewis H. tailor, 212 1-2 Essex, h. 36 Norman, c. Summer 

Duchow John, mariner, house 19 Briggs 

Duchow John C. printer, house 19 Briggs 

Duffee John, curner, house 85 Mason 

Dufifee Patrick, laborer, house 41 Union 

Dugan Ryan, laborer, house 28 North 

Dumeuchell Samuel, currier, house North Pine 

Duncan William, captain, house 17 Federal 

Duncklee E. milliner, 295 Essex, house 121 North 

Dunlap Sarah Mrs. house 25 Chestnut 

Dunsack Sally Mrs. house 7 Winter 

Dunsack Sarah N. tailorcss, house 4 Winter 

Durant Sarah Mrs. house 44 Broad 

Durfee Lewis G. bonnet bleacher, boards 12 Mechanic 

Durgan John, pedler, 105 Derby 

Durgin Esther A. Mrs. house 20 Summer 

Durgin Mary Mrs. house 30 Church 

Dustin B. F. whiten er and colorer, 6 1-2 Front 

Dustin Jonathan Mrs. house Sutton 

Dutch Daniel, house 13 County 

Dutry Francis, mariner, house Pearl 

Dutry Joseph, mariner, house 31 Salem 

Duvall Mitchel, mariner, house 84 Derby 

Duxbury William, house Harbor, comer Salem 

Dwinell Israel E. Rev. house 40 Summer 

Dwyer Edward A. shoe maker, house 10 Ash 



Dwyer Hannah Mrs. house 27 Turner 
Dwyer John, merchant (B.)« house 336 Essex 
Dwyer John F. mariner, house 336 Essex 
Dwyer William, mariner, house 68 Washington 
Dwyer William H. mariner, house 3 Woodbury's court 

EAGER PATRICK, currier, house 411 Essex 

Eaglestown John H. captain, house 48 Lafayette 

Easson William Henry, carpenter, boards 89 Mason 

Eastman Henry Augustus, mariner, house 13 Ash 

Eastman Moses, Boston Express, 37 Washington, h. 60 Mason 

Eaton Benjamin, tanner, house 24 Cedar 

Eaton Elizabeth, house 6 Cross 

Eaton Nathaniel J. baker, house 23 Union 

Eaton William H. Rev. house 14 Mall 

Edd William M. restorator, boards Washington, c. Korman 

Edgerley Edward, boards 68 Harbor 

Edgerley John F. house 68 Harbor 

Edgerley Samuel, captain, house 22 Norman 

Edgerly Peter Mrs. house 3 Ash 

Edwards Abraham, painter, house 21 Creek 

Edwards Benjamin, tailor and draper, 10 Front, h. 2 Cherry 

Edwards Jacob, painter, house 9 Cherry 

Edwards Jesse B. carpenter, 15 Herbert, house 6 Short 

Edwards John B. clerk, 34 Front, house 9 Lemon 

Edwards John S. carpenter, 8 North, house 49 Summer 

Edwards Joseph, sasn and blind maker, house 20 Porter 

Edwards Mary Mrs. house 10 Herbert fHouse 

Edwards Roland J. gymnasium, 150 Essex, boards Mansion 

Edwards William, painter, boards Short street court 

Edwards William, mariner, house 94 Essex 

Eldridge Amos, laborer, house 63 O. B. Road 

Elliot Jonathan, laborer, house 15 Essex 

Elliot Isaac, provisions, 3 and 4 Market House, h. at Danvers 

Elliot Isaac B. 3 Market House, house at Danvers 

Ellis George S. and L. R. R. boards 35 Derby 

Ellis John H. house 10 Becket 

Ellis John J. house 18 Summer 

Ellis Johnson J. clerk, 14 Front, house Endicott 

Ellis Lucius A. clerk, 10 Derby square, house 22 Beckford 

Ellison Susanna Mrs. house 30 Derby 

Ellsworth William £. shoe maker, 12 Buffum, h 17 Conant 

El well {Charles B.) & Day {Albert), carpenters, N. S. Co.'s whf. 

house 15 Harthome 
Emerson Brown Rev. D. D. house 377 Essex 
Emerson David, carpenter, boards 21 South 



70 BALEM \T] DIHECTOBT. 



Emerson George 6. clerk, Naumkeai^ Bank, house 377 Essex 

Emerson George H. Rev. house 30 Harbor 

Emerson Jane H. Mrs. house 19 Lynde 

Emerson Joseph B. expressman, house 104 North 

Emerson (Luther O.) & "Whitmore {Benj,), piano-forte and 

music store, 146 Essex, house 8 East 
Emerson Pamelia, nurse, house 21 South 
Emerson Rhoda Mrs. nurse, house 13 Allen 
Emerson Solomon, shoe maker, house 16 High 
Emerton Hannah M. Mrs. house 1 Elm 
Emerton James, apothecary, 123 Essex, house 1 Elm 
Emerton Rebecca, house 6 East 

Emery Jacob, shoe maker, boards 23 St. Peter [Federal 

Emery Samuel, nautical instrument maker. 12 Water, house 67 
Emilio Manuel, teacher of music, 7 Central, h. rear 222 Essex 
Emmerton Ephraim, merchant, house 13 Summer 
Emmerton E. A. captain, house 13 Summer 
Endicott Aaron, merchant, house 90 Bridge 
Endicott Caroline Mrs. house 310 Essex 
Endicott Charles, captain, house 62 Derby 
Endicott Chas. M. cashier Salem Bank, 171 Essex, h. 6 Warren 
Endicott Nathan, president Oriental Ins. Co. 167 Essex, h. 22 
Endicott William C. counsellor, 160 Essex, h. 369 do. [Chestnut 
Endicott William P. house 369 Essex 
Enturstle Thomas, weaver, house 32 Peabody 
Esterbrooks Louisa Mrs. house 12 Summer 
Estes Elizabeth, house 42 Boston 

Estes George W. restorator, 10 Newbury, house 8 Howard 
Estes James, carpenter, boards 10 Oak 
Estes Nathaniel ri. shoe maker, house 17 Breed 
Evans Alvah A. currier, 40 North, house 11 Mason 
Evans Andrew, teamster, 43 Derby, house 16 Carlton 
Evans Anstiss, seamstress, house 16 Turner 
Evans Franklin B. shoe maker, house Derby, comer Union 
Evans William A. cigar maker, house 16 Carlton 
Eveleth Joseph Mrs. house 6 Norman 

FABENS BENJ. merchant, 63 Water, house 76 Lafayette 

Fabens Benjamin Mrs. house 76 Lafayette 

Fabens B. l^rank, house 13 Gedney court 

Fabens Charles H. 100 State st. (B.), house 77 Lafayette 

Fabens Elias W. city weigher, Forrester, near St. Peter, house 

16 Williams 
Fabens John, porter Market House, house 63 Broad 
Fabens John W. shoe maker, house 61 Broad 
Fabens Joseph, mariner, house 22 High 



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FabeiiB Joseph Warren, merchant, house ] 1 Central 

Fabens Misses, house 13 Oednej court [Essex 

Fairbanks Lorenzo, teacher of writing and book keeping, 167 

Fairbrothers Marsene, shoe maker, house 52 O. B. Road 

Fairfield Hesther Mrs. house 16 Cambridge 

Fairfield Margaret Mrs. house 67 Essex 

Fairfield Samuel, carpenter, house 16 Cambridge 

Fairfield Samuel O. cooper, house 4 Becket 

Fairfield William, house Bridge, comer Barton 

Faland Michael, tailor, house 23 Bufium 

Falon Malichi, tanner, house 13 Lynn 

Falon Patrick, laborer, house 13 Lynn 

Falon Thomas, tanner, house 13 Lynn 

Farless Benjamin, house 6 Vine 

Farless James A. {Goldsmith, Netocomb ^ Farleaa)^ h. 120 Derby 

Farless Thomas, house 120 Derby 

Farley George, cooper, house 23 Cedar 

Farley Henry (Fto^cnce, Farley * Co.), house 34 Cedar 

Farley Joseph L. {Florence, Farley S^ Co.), house 34 do. 

Farley Rebecca Mrs. house 34 Cedar 

Farmer James D. shoe maker, house 13 Flint 

Farmer Joseph, jr. mason, house 60 North 

Farmer Moses O. superintendent telegraph, house Pearl 

Farmer Prince, oysters, &c. 6 Derby square, house 20 Crombie 

Farnham Jonathan M. lumber and lime, 12 Fish, h. 8 Lynde 

Famham Stephen, clerk, boards 8 Lynde 

Farnham William H. house Summer, near Margin 

Farnsworth Elizabeth Mrs. house 9 Cedar 

Farnsworth Francis L. carpenter, houde 9 Cedar 

Farnsworth John D. captain, house 9 Cedar 

Farnsworth William L. merchant, house 9 Cedar 

Famum Charles, painter, house 4 Park 

Famum George A. currier, house 136 Boston 

Famum Henry, house 1 Friend 

Farnum Joseph, wool, 84 Boston, house 69 Federal 

Famum Joseph, jr. dentist, 266 Essex, house 69 Federal 

Famum Nathan, clerk, 20 Front, house 40 Lafayette 

Famum Thomas, house 70 North 

Farrant Robert H. decorater and upholstered, 283 Essex, house 

6 Barton square 
Farrell Hugh, currier, boards 88 Federal 
Farrell John, tailor, house 11 Hardy 
Farrell Thomas, laborer^ house Felt 
Farrington Charles W. captain, house 2 Ash 
Farrington Edward, shoe maker, house 19 Oreen 
Farrington Francis L. currier, house Prospect 



72 SALBM [F] DIBBCTOBT. 



Farrington George P. draggist, 350 Essex, house 44 Federal 

Farrington Linda M. dress maker, house rear 9 Ahorn 

Farrington Mary W. Mrs. house 23 Beckford 

Farrington Timothy, laborer, house rear 9 Aborn 

Fay Nicholas, laborer, house 3 Palfray court 

Fellows Eliza Mrs. house 14 Lemon 

Fellows Oeorffe H. {BeeketA F.)y house 17 Sewall, cor. Lynde 

Fellows IsTAel {Whipple 4r i^)) house 21 Andrew 

Fellows Oliver, caulker, house 16 Crombie 

Felt Benjamin, house 118 Derby [Curtis 

Felt Benjamin, jr. pump and block maker, 118 Derby, house 8 

Felt Betsey Mrs. house 57 Washington 

Felt Dayid, carpenter, boards 7 Dearborn 

Felt Dorcas Mrs. house 8 Broad 

Felt Edward B. pump and block maker, house 110 1-2 Derby 

Felt Ephraim, farmer, house 142 North 

Felt Ephraim, ticket office E. R. B. house 10 Norman 

Felt Ephraim, 3d, paintef, 66 Derby, house 31 Turner 

Felt George R. messenger Naumkeag Bank, house 10 Norman 

Felt Hannah Mrs. house 7 Central 

Felt John, house 118 Derby 

Felt John H. clerk, 15 Neptune, house 2 Church 

Felt John G. painter, 27 Front,-house 2 Church 

Felt Jonathan P. house 6 Federal court [Norman 

Felt Joseph, city treasurer and collector, City Hall, house 13 

Felt Joseph, jr. house 47 Federal 

Felt Martha D. milliner, 7 Central, house do. 

Felt Rebecca, house 13 Norman 

Felton Francis A. sail maker, house 110 1-2 Derby 

Felton George W. rubber works, house 10 Broad 

Felton George W. jr. daguerrian artist, 208 Essex, h. 10 Broad 

Felton James, sail maker, 51 Water, house 3 Elm 

Felton Jonathan N. shoe cutter, house Barr 

Felton Lydia A. Mrs. house 88 Lafayette 

Felton Nancy Mrs. house 20 Howara 

Felton William T. shoe maker, house 20 Winthtop 

Ferguson Hannah Mrs. house 343 Essex 

Ferguson James B. painter, 341 Essex, house 364 do. 

Ferguson John F.'TiSI. Ferguson ^ Sbn), house 41 Summer 

Ferguson Sam'l & Son («/. F, Ferguson), painters, 9 Beckford, 

house 41 Summer 
Ferguson Samuel L. painter, boards 41 High rBott*s court 
Ferguson Thomas B. boots, shoes and rubbers, 40 Union, house 
Ferguson Wesley B. house Bott's court 
Fern George, house 4 Norman 
Fern Otis L. bowling, 7 Washington, house 11 Creek 



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Femald Giles, currier, house 10 Oak 

Femald James, currier, house 77 Mason 

Fettyplace Thomas Mrs. house 16 Winter 

Field Ann, boards 60 Harbor 

Field George W. shoe maker, 51 Boston, house 30 do. 

Field Patten, carpenter, house foot of Gardner 

Field Robert M. shoe maker, house 30 Boston 

Field Sally Mrs. house 17 Upham 

Fifield Charles, tinman, boards 18 Summer 

Fifield Perkins, shoe maker, house 13 Ward 

Fillebrown Charles B. Mrs. house 38 Forrester 

FinduU James H. merchant (B.), house 131 Essex 

Finley John, rope maker, house Osgood 

Finnissy Richard C. waiter at Mansion House 

Firth {John) & Clark (flcnry O.), thread and lace store, 174 

Essex, boards Mansion House 
Fish Anna, dress maker, house 9 Turner *> 
Fish Josiah, captain, house 4 Daniels 
Fisher Caroline, variety store, 13 St. Peter, house do. 
Fisher Ebenezer Rey. nouse 23 Andrew 
fisher Edwin, stone cutter, house 45 Endicott 
Fisher John E. stone dealer. Dodge's wharf, house 45 Endicott 
Fisher Moses B. machinist, house 7 Prince 
Fisher Thorpe, house 49 Federal 
Fisk Ann, house 20 Hardy 
Fisk John B. captain, house 13 Boston 
Fisk Joseph E. dentist, 11 Washington, house do. 
Fitton Francis, laborer, house Tucker* s wharf 
Fitz John, laborer, house 20 Water 
Fitz Joseph L. ship joiner, 121 Derby, house 18 East 
Fitz Josiah, house 10 Curtis 

Fitz Mary Jane, teacher Bentley School, house 10 Curtis 
Fitzgerald John, laborer, house 8 Essex 
Fitzgerald John, currier, house Barr 
Fitzgerald Michael, house 6 English 
Fitzgerald Patrick, house 6 English 
Fitzmorris James, laborer, house 43 Union 
Fitzpatrick James, laborer, house Tucker's wharf 
Flaherty Hugh, laborer, house 8 Essex 
Flaherty Patrick, laborer, house 3 High street court 
Flakefield John, rope maker, house 11 Cross 
Flakefield Mary Mrs. house 11 Cross 
Flanders Richard, house 138 North 
Flannigan Nicholas, laborer, house 34 Union 
Fletcher Henry, mariner, house Gerrish place 
Fletcher Rodney C. millinery, 164 Essex, house at Danyers 

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74 SALBM [F] DIRECTOaT. 

Flinn James, laborer, house 90 Derby 

Flinn James, laborer, house rear 14 Turner 

Flinn Jeremiah, laborer, house 3 Vine 

Flinn Michael, laborer, house 21 Becket 

Flinn Patrick, laborer, house 8 Essex 

Flinn Thomas, laborer, house 7 English 

Flint James Rev. D. D. house 3 Brown 

Flint Samuel P. house 4 Laboratory 

Flint Simeon (Cushman S^ F.)y house 81 Summer 

Flint 1 carpenter, boards 29 Norman 

Florence Elizabeth Mrs. house 2 Everett 

Florence Henry, shoe maker, house 2 Everett 

Florence {Thomas T.), Farley {Joseph L.), & Co. {Hemy Far- 

ley)t keg manufacturers, 36 Cedar, house 2 Everett 
Florentine Nicholas, carpenter, house 11 1-2 English 
Floto Henry, physician, house 266 Essex 
Flowers Thomas B. {Fiotoefa A Goodhue), house 24 Endieott 
Flowers { William H. ^ T. B) & Goodhue { William), ladies' 

boot and shoe manuf. Broad, c. Summer, h 26 Winthrop 
Floyd Elizabeth E. seamstress, house 18 Crombie 
Floyd Hannah, seamstress, house 18 Crombie 
Floyd Philip, laborer, house 21 High 
Floyd Samuel P. shoe maker, 70 Essex, house 13 Curtis 
Floyd Sarah, seamstress, house 18 Crombie 
Flye Asa, machinist, house 16 Upham 
Fogerty Robert, boards 63 Harbor 
Fogg Francis A. house Salem turnpike 
Fogg John M. teamster, house 5 Palfray court 
Fogg Stephen, merchant, house 4 Flint 
Fogg William H. mariner, house 4 Flint 
Foley Bridget Mrs. house 13 Prince 
Foley Cornelius, laborer, house 383 Essex 
Foley John, laborer, house 2 High st. court 
Foley Michael, house 14 Briggs 

Foley Simon, waiter, boards at Matthew Moran's [Warren 
Foote Caleb, editor of Salem Gazette, 191 Essex, h. north side 
Foote Frazier C. tanner, house rear 95 Boston 
F6rbush Jona. C. carpenter, house 57 Harbor 
Ford Jacob B. mariner, house 21 Creek 
Ford Jeremiah L. laborer, house 66 Broad 
Ford Thomas, currier, house 130 Boston 
Forman Elizabeth Mrs. house 11 Hardy 
Forrest Daniel, laborer, house 48 Water 
Forrester Charlotte Mrs. house 9 Oliver 
Forrester Charles, mariner, house 9 Oliver 
Forrester Simon, mariner, house 9 Oliver 



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75 



Fosdich Cyrus O. overseer Rubber Works, house 16 "Ward 

Foster Isaac P. grocer, 109 Derby, house 28 Neptune 

Foster Isaac P. jr. 109 Derby, house 28 Neptune 

Foster John, fisherman, house rear 11 Aborn 

Foster {John M.) & Price {A. -B.),dry goods and millinery, 220 

Essex, house 11 Mason 
Foster John S. house 24 Lynde 
Foster Jonas, teamster, house 62 Nojth 
Foster Joseph C. engineer, house 357 Essex 
Foster Joseph G. tailor, 10 Front, boards 81 Summer 
Foster Joshua L. constable, house 22 Carlton 
Foster Josiah, cooper, house 10 Mechanic 
Foster Josiah M. painter, house 10 Mechanic 
Foster Mary Mrs. house 12 North 
Foster Mary Mrs. house 62 North 
Foster Mary E. teacher, boards 62 North 
Foster Matilda L. milliner, 263 Essex, house 11 Carlton 
Foster Samuel B. salesman, 41 Federal st. (B.), house 6 River 
Foster Sarah Mrs. house 17 Marlboro' 
Foster Stephen "W. printer, hou^e 10 Mechanic 
Foster Thomas A. mariner, house 13 Carlton 
Foster Thomas H. dentist, boards 247 Essex 
Foster William, tobacconist, house 11 Carlton 
Foster William H. cashier Asiatic Bank, 165 Essex, h. 357 do. 
Foster William J. clerk Asiatic Bank, house 357 Essex 
Fowler Edwin H. baker, 29 Brown 
Fowler George, mason, house 2 St. Peter court 
Fooler Hannah, widow, house 140 North 
Fowler Joseph, baker, house 8 County 
Fowler Joseph H. cigar maker, house 8 County 
Fowler Newton G. turner, house 8 County 
Fowler Sarah J. variety store, 14 Boston, house 16 do. 
Fowler Stephen, book binder, boards 1 Sewall 
Fowler William T. turner, house 10 South 
Fox Ebenezer, merchant, boards Essex House 
Foye Deborah, teacher, house 4 Lynde 
Foye Samuel, revenue boat, house 22 Derby 
Foye William, rope maker, house East Webb 
Francis Ann, house East Webb 
Francis Antone, laborer, house 1 1 Carlton 
Francis Antone, jr. mariner, house 11 Carlton 
Francis Augustine, house East Webb 
Francis Augustus B. mariner, house 52 Water 
Francis Ephraim F. stove polisher, house Barton 
Francis John, captain, house 29 St. Peter 
Francis John E. mariner, house 29 St. Peter 



76 SALBM [F] DIBBOTORT. 

Francis Joseph, mariner, house 25 Liberty 

Francis Joseph, mariner, house 131 North 

Francis Lucy Mrs. seamstress, house 13 ^lint 

Francks Joseph R. captain, Franklin building 

Francks Rachel Mrs. house 16 Becket 

Fraser John, merchant tailor, 217 Essex, house 45 Essex 

Frazier John , currier, boards 77 Mason 

Frazier John, mariner, h9use 14 Winter 

Freeman David, farmer, house 100 Old Boston Road 

Freeman Esther Mrs. house Porter lane 

Freeman Mary, widow, house 32 Peabody 

French Ann Mrs. house 1 Turner 

French' Charles, house 37 Summer 

French Ralph H. reg'r of deeds. Court House, h. 37 Summer 

Friend Franklin, restorator, 17 Derby square, h>70 Summer 

Friend Joel, shoe maker, house 123 Boston 

Fritcher Herr, house 12 Harbor 

Frost Joshua T. laborer, house 6 Webb 

Frothingham D. T. Mrs. house 137 Boston 

Frothingham Elizabeth, house 47 Washington 

Frothingham Lvdia Mrs. house 134 North 

Frothingham Mary, house 47 Washington 

Frothingham Nathaniel, 29 Front, house 23 Church 

Frothingham N. & T. H. (Nathaniel Jr. J Thomas H.), stores 

and tinware, 29 and 31 Front, N. jr.'s house 12 County 
Frothingham Octavius B. Rev. house 5 Carpenter 
Frothingham Thomas H. {N S^ T. H. Frothingham), house 

16 County 
Frye Benjamin, house 32 Beck ford 
Frye Benjamin L. house 37 Boston 
Frye Daniel, currier, 45 Boston, house 92 Federal 
Frye Elizabeth Mrs. seamstress, house 6 Allen 
Frye Frederick A. (Porter ^ F.), house 91 Boston 
Frye Henry L. engineer, house 91 Boston 
Frye James, tanner, house 95 Boston 
Frye John N. house 11 Daniels 
Frye John N. jr. carpenter, house 11 Daniels 
Frye Joseph S. tanner, Ooodhue, house 2 do. 
Frye Mary Mrs. house 37 Boston 
Frye Nathan, captain, house 358 Essex 
Frye Nathan A. captain, house 97 Essex 
Frye Sally, house 65 Federal 
Frye Stephen N. tanner, Fr)'e, house 1 do. 
Frye William, Frye's mills, house 1 Frye 
Frye William, jr. tanner, house 131 Boston 
Frye William A. shoe maker, house 23 Oreen 



8ALBM [Q] DISECTOBT. 77 



Full Marena Mrs. house 89 Lafayette 

Fullam William, boarding, 16 Neptune 

Fuller Christopher O. watchman, house 8 Ash 

Fuller David, shoe maker, 18 Derby square, house Porter lane 

Fuller Elijah, tin ware, 23 Neptune, house 20 Andrew 

Fuller Enoch, architect, house 7 Pine 

Fuller Enoch P. carpenter. Pine, house 7 do. 

Fuller George W. {Clark S; jF.), City Hotel, 277 Essex 

Fuller Richard F. counselldr (B.), house 34 Broad 

Fuller Robert A. house 7 Mall 

Fuller Samuel, shoe maker, house 28 High 

Fuller Thomas, mariner, house Bott's court 

Fuller Thomas, jr. mariner, house 8 Peabody 

Fuller Wm. P. stoves and tin ware, 43 Wash. h. 11 Northey 

GAFNEY MARY, dress maker, 20 Water 

Gafney William A. fish dealer, house Leach [h. 18 Walnut 

Gage I Andrew tjr.) & Simonds ( Wm, if.), painters, 25 Neptune 

Galagher Thomas, tailor, house Odell square 

Gale Edward Mrs. house 12 Broad 

Gale Edward F. W. clerk Merchants' Bank, house 12 Brown 

Gale Mary Mrs. house 4 Mill 

Gale Samuel, cooper, house 4 Mill 

Gale Sarah G. house 9 County 

Gallagher James G. captain, 14 Curtis 

Gallagher John, laborer, house 4 Elm 

Gallivan John, currier, house Grove 

Galloup Daniel P. teacher Hacker School, Dean, h. 65 North 

Gallucia Allison, stone cutter, house 92 0. B. Road 

GuUucia Benjamin S. stone cutter, house 76 O. B. Road 

Gallucia Daniel D. stone cutter, house 95 O. B. Road 

Gallucia Daniel S. stone cutter, house 106 O. B. Road 

Gallucia Hannah Mrs. house 68 O. B. Road 

Gallucia Harvey, wool puller, house 48 O. B. Road 

Gallucia Susan, house 96 O. B. Road 

Ganey Catherine Mrs. house 6 High st. court 

Gardner Benjamin, hair dresser, 4 Central, house 29 Federal 

Gardner Charles, cabinet maker, house 72 Summer 

Gardner Charles, jr. stair builder, boards 72 Summer 

Gardner Charles J. stair builder, house 72 Summer 

Gardner Daniel B. wholesale grocer, 14 Front, b. 4 Barton sq. 

Gardner David, mason, house 5 Cambridge 

Gardner George A. carpenter, house 26 County 

Gardner Henry, merchant, 1 Market ct., h. at N. Danvers 

Gardner James, carpenter, house 29 Federal 

Gardner John Mrs. house 26 County 



78 SALEM [Q] DIRECTORY. 

Gardner John, jr. carpenter, house rear 140 Essex 

Gardner John W. currier, house 20 Ward 

Gardner Joseph, house 51 Bridge 

Gardner Joseph, jr. carpenter, house 28 Washington 

Gardner Joseph, 3d, house Margin 

Gardner Lucy Mrs. house 67 North 

Gardner P. L. W. clerk, 14 Front, house 4 Barton Bquare 

Gardner Samuel, house 28 Endicott 

Gardner Sarah Mrs. house 16 County 

Gardner Sarah Mrs. house 7 County 

Gardner Simon, baker, 24 Turner, house do. 

Gardner Thomas, laborer, house 8 Pratt 

Gardner William, mariner, house 9 South 

Gardner William F. house 70 Lafayette [h. 56 Endicott 

Gardner ( William F.Jr.) & Walker {P. D.), carpenters, 6 Pine, 

Garland Mary Ann, house 17 Andrew 

Garney Nancy Miss, 14 Mall 

Garriteyt John G. laborer, house rear 8 English 

Gates Emily, boards 61 Harbor 

Gauss Kuth, widow, house 36 Derby 

Gavett Charles, dry goods, 276 Essex, h. 21 Turner, c. Derby 

Gavett Henry, currier, house 53 St. Peter 

Gavett Jonathan, house 17 North 

Gavett William, turner, house 17 North [Turner 

Gavett William R. drv goods, 192 Essex, house Derby, corner 

Geary John, laborer, house 18 High 

Gerrish Elizabeth, Mrs. house 13 Federal 

Gerrish Margaret, house 4 Becket 

Gerrish S. P. L. boards 60 Harbor 

Gerrish William, shoe maker, house 13 Federal 

Gerry Elizabeth Mrs. nurse, house 11 Bath 

Getchell Albion {Abbott ^ G.), boards 13 Charter 

Getchell Benjamin W. cooper, h'd Phillips* wf. h. 17 English 

Getchell Josiah W. caulker, house 17 English 

Getchell William, laborer, house 17 English 

Gibney John, tanner, 14 Beach, house 7 do. 

Gibson John A. laborer, house 95 North 

Gibson Robert, hair dresser, 7i Wash., h. Ropes lane 

Gifford James B. (T. J. Giford «^ Co.), house 59 North 

Gifford Rufus B. ( T. J. Gifford ^ Co.), house 7 Mason 

Gifford Thomas S. carpenter, house 59 North 

Gifford Thomas J. & Co. {J. B. & R. B. Gifford), carpenten, 

31 North, house 104 do. 
Gilbert James Mrs. house 8 Creek 
Gilbert James, captain, house 3 Spring 
Gilbert Wm. S. clerk, 153 Essex, boards 11 Liberty 



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Giles John, farmer, house rear 52 O. B. Road 

Gill Robert, currier, house 411 Essex 

Gillen John, captain, house 14 Saunders 

Gilligan Owen, laborer, house 92 Derbj 

Gillis James, house 34 Chestnut 

Gilman Daniel, rope maker, house 5 English 

Gilman Daniel T. shoe maker, house Barr 

Oilman Joseph, laborer, house 5 English 

Gilman Joseph, jr. gum copal worker, house 5 English 

Gilman Lyford J. boards 3 Pleasant 

Gilpatrick Joseph, teamster, boards 5 North court 

Glazier Charles L. shoe maker, house 6 Webb 

Glazier Ezra, trader, house 6 Webb 

Glidden John, trader, house 138 North 

Glidden Joseph P. Mrs. house 29 Federal 

Glidden Mark {Preston S; Co.)t house at Danvers 

Glover Deborah M. Mrs. house 5 Salem 

Glover George D. {Bosson 4r G.), house foot Cedar 

Glover George W. tailor, house 86 North 

Glover John H. captain, house 3-5 Lafayette 

Glover John P. painter, house 86 North 

Glover Jonathan, shoe maker, house 2 Mill 

Glover Nancy Mrs. house 6 Chestnut 

Glover Nathaniel S. tin-plate worker, house 86 North 

Glover Sophia Mrs. house 8 Breed 

Glover Winslow B. carpenter, house 15 Williams 

Glover William H. painter, house 86 North 

Golden Dora, dress maker, 1 Mason court 

Goldmund Elizabeth Mrs. house 59 Derby 

Goldmund John F. mariner, house 59 Derby 

Goldsmith John, captain, house 46 Essex 

Goldsmith Joseph, mariner, house 14 Daniels 

Goldsmith Louis, currier, boards 408 Essex 

Goldsmith {Nathaniel, jr.), Newcomb (C), & Farless {J. ^.), 

hardware and cutlery, 186 Essex, house 55 Forrester 
Goldsmith Nancy Mrs. house 27 Pleasant 
Goldsmith Sarah, tailoress, house 21 Andrew 
Goldthwait {Aaron) & Day {Amos P.J, carpenters, rear 16 

Lafayette, house 43 Broad 
Goldthwait Aaron, jr. ( Goldthwait ^ Day), house 7 Cedar 
Goldthwait Daniel, house Leach 
Goldthwait Dolly, widow, house 10 Winthrop 
Goldthwait Eben. farmer, house 20 0. B. Road 
Goldthwait Edward A. shoe maker, house 57 Endicott 
Goldthwait Ellen, dress maker, house 27 Andrew 
Goldthwait George E. baggage master E. R. R. h. 10 Winthrop 



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Ooldthwait Joeli bouse 4^ Broad 

Ooldthwait Joseph A. {Savory S; Co.\ boards Mansion Honse 
Ooldthwait Joseph £. grocer, 12 O. B. Road, bouse do. 
Ooldthwait Lucinda, dress maker, bouse 27 Andrew 
Ooldthwait Luther, ship carpenter, bouse 27 Andrew 
Ooldthwait Maria, tailoress, house 10 Winthrop 
Ooldthwait Mary, Nancy and Emily, tailoresses, 20 O. B. R. 
Ooldthwait Mary Mrs. house 6 Cross 

Ooldthwait M. jr. & Co. {E. R. Ide), carpeting and dry goods, 
223 Essex, house 218 do. [10 Margin 

Ooldthwait Willard, dry goods and carpets, 155 Essex, house 
Ooldthwait William W. clerk, 14 Newbury, bouse 10 Winter 
Oomes Joseph, boots and shoes, 15 Front, house 51 Derby 
Oomes Nancy Mrs. bouse 15 Turner 
Ooodale Joshua S. clerk at State House (B.Y h. 57 Wash. 
Ooodell Abner C. machinist, rear 25 Front, house 18 Central 
Ooodell Jacob, shoe maker, house 28 Norman 
Ooodhue Abner Mrs. house 2 Liberty 
Ooodhue Benjamin, jr. carpenter, bouse 11 Riyer 
Ooodhue Fanny Mrs. bouse 345 Essex 
Ooodhue James B. blacksmith, 3 Cambridge, h. 6 Hartbome 
Ooodhue John, jeweller, 162 Essex, bouse 66 Washington 
Ooodhue Joseph, feather bed renovater, 274 Essex, h. 19 Lemon 
Ooodhue Joseph, laborer, house 19 Lemon 
Ooodhue Joseph L. mariner, house 19 Lemon 
Ooodhue Moses, carpenter, rear 26 Essex, house 10 Turner 
Ooodhue Nathaniel, merchant, bouse 77 Bridge 
Ooodhue Priscilla, dress maker, house 66 Washington 
Ooodhue William, lumber wharf, 34 Water, house 22 Liberty 
Ooodhue William (Flowers 3^ Cfoodhue), house 83 Summer 
Ooodhue William P. {Phillips, (Goodhue Sf Botoker), h. 51 Essex 
Ooodrich Charles R. teamster, bouse 24 Union 
Ooodridge Abby Mrs. bouse 17 Crombie 
Ooodridge Oeorge A. house 17 Crombie 
Ooodridge John w. mariner, house 8 Becket 
Gk>odridge Mary Mrs. bouse 8 Becket 
Ooodsell Sarah Mrs. bouse 8 Andorer 

Ooodwin Elijah, laborer, house 33 Pleasant [2 Palfray court 
Ooodwin (£nocA) & Rowell (Edward), coopers, Webb*s whf. h. 
Ooodwin Henry, bouse 36 Pleasant 
Ooodwin John, shoe maker, bouse rear 41 Derby 
Ooodwin Joseph, cooper, boards 1 Ward 
Ooodwin Paul, cooper, house 15 Turner 
Ooodwin Thomas, teamster, house 70 North 
Ooogin John, currier, house 29 Boston 
Gk>ogin Timothy, laborer, house 26 Union 



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Gordon Caroline A. dress maker, house 23 Daniels 

Gordon Eliza R. widow, house 125 Essex 

Gordon Hiram, tanner, house 24 Mechanic 

Gordon Margaret, house 3 Milk [house 23 Daniels 

Gordon {Rttfus L.) & Sumner (H. G.), teamsters, 130 Derby, 

Gorman John, laborer, house ^ Peabody 

Gormlv Maurice, laborer, house 18 High 

Gorrell Alvah B. shoe maker, boards rear 41 Derby 

Goss Francis, laborer, house 28 Turner 

Goss Francis P. {Jackman ^ Goss)^ house 24 Hardy 

Goss Richard G. baker, house 29 Derby 

Gould Charles P. currier, Milldam, house rear 95 Boston 

Gould Robert W. house 10 Munroe 

Gould Solomon, carpenter, house rear 63 Essex 

Gove Squire, house Margin 

Gove Tnomas, shoe maker, house 115 North 

Gower George, rope maker, house 13 Briggs 

Gower Hiram G. shoe maker, house 64 O. B. Boad 

Gracia Henry, mariner, house 26 Marlboro' 

Gracia Henr^ A. mariner, house Buffum 

Grady Jeremiah, laborer, house 3 Church 

Grady Peter, laborer, house 82 Mason 

Grant Anna, house 120 North 

Grant Esther Mrs. house 9 Boston 

Grant Frances Mrs. house 21 Church 

Grant John, grocer, 18 Boston, house do. 

Grant John C. cabinet maker, house 40 Broad 

Grant John W. cabinet maker, Boston, house 18 do 

Grant Joshua B. cabinet maker, Boston, house 18 do. 

Grant Sam'l, inspector and public store keeper,C. H. h. 31 Union 

Graves Benjamin L. clerk, 164 Essex, boards bb Washington 

Graves William B. captain, house 44 Federal 

Gray Benjamin A. tailor, house 14 Conant 

Gray Eliza, boards 75 Derby 

Gray James, cooper, house 25 Williams 

Gray Rebecca Mrs. house 64 Broad 

Gray Susan, house 353 Essex 

Gray William, clerk, 44 Derby, house 16 Allen 

Gray William B. grocer, 15 English, house 16 Allen 

Greamer Michael, laborer, house 30 Derby 

Green Annis Mrs. house 21 Charter 

Green James W. house 5 Saunders 

Green Patrick, laborer, house 83 Mason 

Green Rebecca, widow, house Phelps cojirt 

Greenleaf Marv V . house 23 Becket 

Greenough John W. carpenter, house 8 Park 

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Greenough William B. shoe maker, boards 8 Park 

Greiff Charles, carver, boards Mansion House 

Griffen Ebenezer, shipping office and clothing store, Vine, cor. 
Liberty, seamen's boarding house, 16 vine 

Grififen Ebenezer, jr. shipping master, Liberty, cor. Vine, house 
Charter, corner Liberty 

Griffen John S. {Craig Ss G.), house 12 Charter 

Griffen Thomas J. clerk, house 16 Vine 

Griffin Hosea B. tailor, house 17 Vine 

Griffin John, laborer, house 9 Park 

Griffin John, currier, house 113 Boston 

Griffin John, jr. shoe maker, house 101 North 

Griffin Nathaniel, house 1 Winter 

Griffin Thomas, laborer, house rear 8 Essex 

Grimes OliTer, hair manufacturer, house 31 Bridge 

Groce Sophia, dress maker, house 8 Lynde 

Grosvenor Daniel P. sec'y Marblehead Ins. Co. h. 42 Summer 

Grosvenor Lois Mrs. teacher, house 42 Summer 

Grover James, laborer, house 30 Buffum 

Grover John, wood and coal, Brookhouse wharf, h. 18 Becket 

Grover John, jr. teamster, house 57 Derby 

Grover Maria, tailoress, house 18 Becket 

Grover Susan, nurse, house 23 Winthrop 

Grover William, surveyor, house 31 Federal 

Groves Henry B. book keeper, Commercial Bank, h. 21 Winter 
, Groves Richard H. captain, house 20 Lynde 
I Guilford Elbndge, boot maker, house 12 St. Peter court 

Guilford Levi, shoe maker, house 79 Bridge 

Gunn Alexander, gas fitter, 2o Wash, boards Market court 

Gurrill Alvah, shoe maker, boards rear 41 Derby 

Gwinn Edward, rope maker, house 11 Gardner court 

Gwinn James, twine factory, 38 Bridge, house 5 Gardner court 

Gwinn James S. house 408 Essex 

Gwinn Mary Mrs. house 9 County 
\ Gwinn Mary Mrs. house 16 Marcn 

Gwinn T. W. grocer, 410 Essex, house 408 do. 

Gwinn William, mariner, house 3 Mechanic 

HACKETT THOMAS L. fireman, house 26 Essex 
Hadley George S. tanner, house 7 North Pine 
Hadley Julia A. variety store, 387 1-2 Essex 
Hadley Lewis, carpenter, 387 Essex, house do 
Hadley Willis, currier, house 91 Boston 
Hagan William, ostler, house 15 Ash 
Hagan William, laborer, house 13 Allen 
Hagerty Dennis, laborer, 13 Mall 



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Haines John K. teamster, 1 Lafayette, house 66 Bridge 

Haines John, L. miller, City Mills, boaids 5 Fond 

Hair Margaret, boards 61 Harbor 

Hale Elizabeth Mrs. house 47 St. Peter 

Hale Henry, hardware, 216 Essex, house 12 Northey 

Hale Pemberton, carpenter, 12 Mill, house 13 Cambridge 

Hale William C. repair shop, 9 1-2 St. Peter 

Hald William H. baker, house 13 Carlton 

Hale William H. mariner, house 60 North 

Halehan Daniel, laborer, house 1 Pratt 

Halehan Edward, laborer, house 32 North 

Haley Peter, laborer, house 71 Federal 

Haley Shillaber, carpenter, house 26 Harbor 

Haley Thomas, house 46 Water 

Haley William W. shoe maker, 64 Derby, house 9 Turner 

Hall Eliphalet, carpenter, house 97 Boston 

Hall Henry, laborer, house 16 Essex 

Hall Ira C. clerk, 26 Front, boards 20 Norman 

Hall John, lather, house 6 Peabody 

Hall John R. (Savory 8^ Co.)^ house at Boston 

Hall Margaret, widow, house 32 Peabody 

Hamilton Alexander, laborer, house 28 Mill 

Hamilton Alexander, jr. laborer, house 28 Mill 

Hamilton Barbara Mrs. nurse, house rear 10 Church 

Hamilton Franklin, laborer, house 28 Mill 

Hamilton John C. shoe maker, house Mill, comer Endicott 

Hamilton Joseph, laborer, house 28 Mill 

Hamlen Joseph P. clerk, 177 Essex, boards 12 Howard 

Hamlett M. widow, 18 Williams 

Hamlett Peter R. house 13 Prince 

Hammond Daniel, painter, house 396 Essex 

Hammond Hannah Mrs. nurse, house 12 Winthrop 

Hammond James, engineer, boards 14 St. Peter 

Hammond John, captain, house 12 Conant 

Hammond John D. (T. Downing ^ Co.)^ house 17 Cambridge 

Hammond John L. laborer, house 12 Allen 

Hammond Joseph, mariner, house 22 Hardy 

Hammond William C. carpenter, house 22 Hardy 

Hampson Henry, boarding house, 63 Harbor 

Hancock John, mariner, house 30 Derby 

Hannam Thomas; tailor, 64 Boston, house rear 96 do. 

Hannan John, gardener, house 39 Dearborn 

Hanscomb James, shoe maker, house 16 Creek 

Hanscomb Martha E. dress maker, house 16 Creek 

Hanscomb William R. machinist, house 16 Creek 

Harson Daniel, laborer, house 16 Creek 



84 SALEM [H] DIBECTORT. 

Hanson Elijah A. tanner, 13 Orove, house 96 Boston 

Hanson Oeorge, house 2 Hamilton 

Hanson James, shoe maker, house 2 Hamilton - 

Hanson John, laborer, house 3 South 

Hanson John, house 48 Derby 

Hanson Joseph, teamster, house 31 Harbor 

Hanson Joseph H. merchant, house 23 County 

Hanson Noah, laborer, house 3 South 

Hanson Paul, house 36 South 

Hanson Tobias, butcher, house Prospect 

Haraden Abigail Mrs. house 14 Curtis [18 Lynde 

Haraden Andrew, Boston Express, 8 Arnngton*s building, h. 

Haraden Jonathan, 8 Arrington's building, h. 19 Washington 

Haraden S. L. boarding house, 64 Harbor 

Haraden Stei)hen, wine and liquors, 15 Market square, h. 3 Ash 

Harding David, horse shoer, rear 2o Front, house 19 Daniels 

Harding James, horse shoer, rear 2-5 Front, house 19 Daniels 

Hardy Abtfer H. house 121 North 

Hardy Augustus, painter, 35 1-2 North, house 4 Federal 

Hardy Temple, grocer, 86 St. Peter, house 38 do. 

Hardy Temple, jr. baker, house 38 St. Peter 

Harrington Charles, currier, 47 Boston, house 65 do. 

Harrington Leonard B. house 79 Federal 

Harrington William, tanner, Ooodhue, house 80 Boston 

Harris Daniel, farmer, house Walter 

Harris Daniel M. carpenter, house 12 Upham 

Harris Elizabeth Mrs. house 7 Carpenter 

Harris Geo. O. clerk, Naumkeag Manufac. Co. h. 107 Essex 4 

Harris Hesther, house 9 1-2 English 

Harris Israel P. mason, house 12 Church 

Harris James, ship carpenter, house 74 Essex 

Harris James, jr. clerk, 24 Front, house 20 Pickman 

Harris Joel W. teamster, house 10 South 

Harris Mason, mariner, house 74 Essex 

Harris Nathaniel B. apothecary, 143 Essex, house 200 do. 

Harris Simon A. clerk, 135 Derby, house 269 Essex 

Harris Walter S. mason, house 84 North 

Harris William B. teamsier, house Walter 

Harrison Eunice Mrs. house 19 County 

Harrod Benjamin, house 17 Beckford 

Harron William M. captain, house 73 Essex 

Hart John, teacher of music, 157 Essex, boards 1 Sewall 

Hart John M. currier, boards 2 Friend 

Hart Michael J. currier, house 2 Friend 

Hart Bosanna, nurse, house 14 Harbor 

Haitwell Joseph Mrs. house 7 Park 



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Harvey Harriet Mrs. house 69 North 

Harvey Isaac C. laborer, house 32 St. Peter 

Harvey Margaret Mrs. dress maker, house 6 Pratt 

Harvy Mary L. Mrs. house 30 Lafavette 

Haskell Charles, engineer, house 100 Derby 

Haskell Daniel C. currier, Goodhue, house 92 Federal 

Haskell Elijah, mariner, house 3 County 

Haskell George, tanner, house 64 Broad 

Haskell Jacob, mason, house 18 Ward 

Haskell Jacob S. cabinet maker, house 14 Sewall 

Haskell Mark, clerk, 172 Essex, house 9 Ash 

Haskell Mark H. clerk, Phillips* wharf, house 9 Ash 

Haskell Phineas, boards 6 Breed 

Haskell Susan J. teacher, h ouse 9 Ash 

Haskell's Express, Manchester and Essex, 10 Arrington build- 

Haskell William, cabinet maker, house 7 Lynn 

Haskell William H. shoe maker, house 3 Beach 

Haskell William R. clerk, house 9 Ash 

Hasset Patrick, laborer, house 24 Peabody 

Hastv John B. machinist, house 14 Salem 

Hatch Lemuel B. wood and coal, 113 Derby, house 12 Hardy 

Hathaway Eleazer, baker, house 14 March 

Hathaway James, currier, boards 408 Essex 

Hathome Ebenezer, farmer, house Hollingsworth Hill 

Hathorne Ruth, house 12 St. Peter 

Hawkes Benjamin, house 10 Pleasant 

Hawkes Joel P. clerk, 14 Front, house 2 Mason court 

Hay Anna Mrs. house 4 Pearl 

Hay John A. boot maker, 35 Brown, house 4 County 

Hayes Bartholomew, laborer, house 25 Carlton 

Hayes John, laborer, house 25 Carlton 

Hayes John, jr. laborer, house Tucker's wharf 

Hayes Julia, widow, house 409 Essex 

Hayes Michael, laborer, house 16 Turner 

Hayes Patrick, laborer, house 28 Union 

Hayes Thomas, laborer, house 8 Essex 

Hayman John, captain, house 1 Northey 

Hayman John, jr. painter, house 14 Williams 

Haynes Dennis, laborer, house 42 Union 

Haynes William,' boards 58 Harbor 

Hayward Aaron, mason, house 75 Federal 

Hayward Cyrus, stage proprietor, house 13 Biver 

Hayward Eliza, teacher, house 75 Federal 

Hayward Josiah, mason, house 48 Federal 

Hayward Sarah E. house 48 Federal 

Hazelton Augustus, currier, house 4 May 



Hazelton David, laborer, house 100 Boston 

Hazelton John Mrs. house 6 May 

Hazelton John, tanner, 6 May, house do. 

Hazelton Joseph, currier, house 6 May 

Healey Mary Mrs. house 4 May 

Heany Michael, 19 Water, boards Derby 

Heara Mary Mrs. house 10 Church 

Heard Nathaniel, mariner, house 24 Dearborn 

Hearley James» laborer, house Neptune, comer Elm 

Heeney (Pairick) & Clark (Patrick)^ co'al^ wood, and bark, 19 

Water, house 16 Vine 
Hegarty Jeremiah, currier, Goodhue, boards 90 Boston 
Henderson Daniel, painter, house 29 Union 
Henderson Elizabeth Mrs. house 7 Orange 
Henderson Isaac L. cabinet maker, 62 Derby, house 57 do. 
Henderson John H. B. clerk, 207 Essex, house 9 Andrew 
Henderson John S. carpenter, house 2 Ropes 
Henderson Joseph, painter, Liberty, c. Essex, house 29 Union 
Henderson Mary Mrs. house 17 Brown 
Henderson Oliye L. dress maker, house 4 Rust 
Henderson Ruth Mrs. house 7 Dean 

Henderson Samuel, ship carpenter, house 27 Liberty [Andrew 
Henderson Samuel, jr. boot and shoes, 21 St. Peter, house 9 
Henderson Samuel O. clerk, 214 Essex, house 9 Andrew 
Henderson (Thomas) & Kimball (S. T.Ji furniture dealers, 38 

Washington, house 23 Forrester [15 Fish 

Henfield Amos, wheelwright, Endicott, near City Mills, house 
Henfield John, cloth and cassimeres, 12 Front, h. 32 Lafayette 
Henfield John, jr. shoe maker, house 7 Lynn 
Henman Hannah Mrs. house 12 Daniels 
Henry Elizabeth E. laundress, house 3 Pratt 
Henry Elizabeth Mrs. house 20 Carlton 
Henry George William, house 3 Pratt 
Henry Peter, laborer, house 30 North 
Henshaw Patrick, laborer, house 7 High street court 
Henville William W. clerk, 13 Front, house 5 River 
Hermon William, carpenter, house 91 Lafayette 
Hern David, laborer, house 8 Pratt 
Herrick Eliza, house 14 Flint 
Herrick Israel, shoe maker, house 388 Essex 
Herrick Martha (Bif/elow & HJ, boards 24 Lynde 
Herrick Mary, house 105 North 
Herrick Peter, painter, house 16 County 
Hersey Benjamm C. laborer, house 13 Rust 
Hewitt Simon C. Rev. house 11 Andrew 
Hey wood Elizabeth D. Mrs. house 9 Cedar 



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Hiflfle John, laborer, house 8 English 

Higbee Benjamin, tanner, house 69 Boston 

Higbee Betsey Mrs. house 64 Broad 

Higbee Charles, tanner, Pope's court, house 108 Federal 

Higbee Lemuel, leather, 55 Fulton (B.), house 70 Boston 

Higbee Stephen, tanner, house 64 Broad 

Higginbottom Thomas, weaver, house 12 Park 

Higgins Helen M. teacher, house 9 South 

Higgins Major, cabinet maker, house 9 South 

Hill A. Alexander, boat builder, house Becket avenue 

Hill Abner E. trader, houaffe 32 Derby 

Hill Anstiss P. Mrs. house 14 Central 

Hill Benjamin, shipwright, house 69 Derby 

Hill B. F. painter, boards 408 Essex 

Hill Edwin R. carpenter, boards 14 Central 

Hill Elizabeth Mrs. house 25 Charter 

Hill Elizabeth Mrs. house 4 Palfray court 

Hill George C. dry goods, 210 Essex, house 2 Broad 

Hill Henry, shoe maker, house 23 Salem 

Hill Henry B. cooper, house 19 Creek 

Hill Increase S. machinist, hoUiPe 20 Summer 

Hill (Ira) & Kehew( Aaron A.), carpenters, 41 Forrester, near 

Washington, house 4 Winthrop 
Hill James, house 12 Ward 

Hill John, agent for periodicals, house 25 Charter 
Hill Richard, cooper, house 8 Beutley 
Hill Robert {W. ^ R. Hill), house 8 Bentley 
Hill Sally Mrs. house 28 Washington 
Hill Samuel, mariner, house 41 Lafayette 
Hill Thomas, boards 63 Harbor 
Hill Ursula, house 420 Essex 

Hill William & R. dry goods, 238 Essex, house 10 Walter 
Hills Henry, laborer, house 12 St. Peter court 
Hilman Margaret, boards 12 Harbor 
Hiltz James T. mariner, house 8 Walnut 
Hiltz J. C. Mrs. dress maker, house 4-5 Endicott 
Hiltz Lydia, dress maker, house 8 Walnut 
Hinchon Jeremiah, laborer, house 21 High 
Hinchon Patrick, mason, house 4 High st. court 
Hines Terence, laborer, house 2 High st. court 
Hinsman George, shop maker, house 13 Pond 
Kinsman John C. shoe maker, boards 13 Pond 
Hinsman Sebastian, shoe maker, house 10 Creek 
Kitchens Abijah, hatter, house 12 Allen 
Kitchens Abijah, ji. house 9 Allen 
Kitchens Mary, house 4 Becket 



8At.EM [H] DIBECTOBT. 



Hitchens Nathaniel, house 7 Becket 

Hitchings Benjamin, last & pattern maker, 7 Wash h. 17 Union 

Hoag Uriah J., Rubber Works, house SPeabody 

Hobart Charles, mariner, house 18 Walnut 

Hobart Hannah, house 18 Walnut 

Hobart John Henry, captain, house 18 Walnut 

Hobart John Q. stone cutter> house 38 South 

Hobart Matthew, shipwright, house 8 Allen 

Hobbs George, painter, house 8 North /jourt 

Hobbs Horatio I)., Franklin Market, house 6 Mall 

Hobbs William, tanner, house 60 Mason 

Hodgdon Betsey Mrs. house 14 Hardy 

Hodgdon Dayid, cxptain, house 34 Essex 

Hodgdon George C. currier, 32 Btfston, house 8 Chestnut 

Hodgdon Samuel, currier, 32 Boston, house 95 Federal 

Hodgdon Sylvester P. artist, house 95 Federal 

Hodges Edward, house 15 North 

Hodges Gamaliel, captain, house 95 Essex 

Hodges Gamaliel, jr. mariner, house 14 Church 

Hodges George, laborer, house 13 Gedney court 

Hodges Hannah, house 5A Brown 

Hodges John, merchant, Webb's wharf, house 8 Vine 

Hodges Joseph, merchant, house 249 Essex 

Hodges Samuel R. distiller, 17 Elm, house 25 Norman 

Hodgkins Abby L. house 5 Pond 

Hodgkins George L. merchant, boards Essex House 

Hodgkins Lucy M. house 5 Pond 

Hodgkins Sarah, house 13 County 

Hoffman Charles, merchant, Central whf. house 26 Chestnut 

Hogan Julia Mrs. house 24 Peabody 

Hogan Michael, laborer, house 4 Briggs 

Hogan Patrick, currier, boards 5 Beach 

Hogan Thomas, tailor, house 103 North 

Holbrook Joseph (Newcomb SsH.)y 18 Derby sq. 

Holden Joseph, mariner, house 10 English [h. 15 Briggs 

Holden Nathaniel & Co. {T. Oakes), sail makers, 7 Derby wf. 

Holden Nathaniel J. carpenter, house 15 Briggs 

Holden Seth {Pickering 8g H.)^ house 37 Lafayette 

Holland Adalaide L. tailoress, house 6 Peabody 

Holland Joanna Mrs. house 9 Jef&ey court 

Holland Porter, green house, house Grove 

Holland Wm. W. shoe maker, boards 6 Peabody 

Holman Chauncy, currier, house 13 Aborn 

Holman Jonathan, house 337 Essex 

Holman Samuel, house 9 Dean 

Holman Samuel Mrs. house 15 Walnut 



Holmes Mary A. house 2 English 
Holmes Stepnen, currier, boards 2 Friend 
Holmes Thomas, captain, house 335 Essex 
Holmes Thomas 0. captain, house 335 Essex 
Holt Lucy Mrs. house 6 Salem 
Holt Sophia C. upholstress, house 9 Rust 
Holyoke Charles O. architect (B.), house 1 Newbury 
Holyoke Edw'd A. physician, h. I Newbury, c. Essex, office 5 
Newbury [ter, house 6 Short 

Honeycomb (Samuel R.) & Jewett (D. ff.), carpenters, 6 Char- 
Honeycomb Thomas P. carpenter, 8 North, house 100 North 
Honeycomb William H. carpenter, 14 Cross, house 7 Lemon 
Honners John P. carpenter, boards 32 St. Peter 
Hood Abraham, gardener, house 9 Webb 
Hood David, carpenter, ho\;ise 9 Allen 
Hood Eliza Mrs. seamstress, house 28 High 
Hood Henry P. trader, house 9 Webb 
Hood Hiram D. house East Webb 
Hood Jacob, surveyor of land, house 15 Lvnde 
Hood Jas. Augustus, mariner, house 64^ North 
Hood Nancy Mrs. house 12 Daniels 
Hood Nathaniel, cooper, boards 12 Daniels 
Hood Sarah Mrs. house 64^ North 
Hood William, house 9 Webb 
Hood William, mariner, house 64J North 
Hooper Edward, carpenter, house 40 South 
Hooper Hannah Mrs. house 12 Beckford 
Hooper Mary Mrs. house 46 Boston 
Hooper Nathaniel M. shoe maker, house 53 Lafayette 
Hoppin James M. Rev. house 390 Essex 
Hopping Hannah Mrs. house 16 County 
Horton Martha, house rear 52 Bridge 
Horton Mary, teacher, boards 6 Bath 
Horton Nathaniel, currier, 11 Franklin, house 12 Buffum 
Horton Nathaniel A. printer, boards at N. Horton's 
Hosmore Hannah Mrs. house 1 East 
Hourley Dennis, weaver, house 30 Peabody 
Hovey George H. hair dresser, 5 Liberty, house 22 Northey 
Hovey John, painter, 4 Winter 
Hovey John, mason, house 22 Northey 
Hovey Susan, house 12 Winter 
Hovey Thomas, mason, house 12 Winter 
Hovey William C. boarding house, 60 Harbor 
Howard Charles D. printer, house 8 Saunders 
Howard David R. shoe maker, house 18 Conant 
Howard Erial, confectioner, boards 29 Bufium 



90 SA.LEU [HI OI&BCTOBT. 



Howard Henry (J. C. Howard Sf Co.)^ house 2 Winter 
Howard John, merchant, Derby wf. house 2 Winter 
Howard John Mrs. house 8 Webb 

Howard John C. & Co. {H. Howard), ship chandlery and ship 
stores, 135 Derby, house 22 Winter [119 Derby 

Howard (/. C.) & Ricker (O. P.), groceries and provisions, 
Howard John D. house 8 Saunders 
Howard Patrick, currier, boards 34 Forrester 
Howard William A. house 2 Winter 
Howe Israel T. captain, house 2 Bentley 
Howes Frederick, house 66 Federal 
Hoyt Betsey O. tailoress, house 34 Essex 
HoytErastus, teamster, house 34 Essex 
Hoyt George R. carpenter, house 28 Harbor 
Hoyt Ichabod R. ship builder, house 28 Harbor 
Hubbard Mary, house 369 Essex 

Hubon Henry, coffin warehouse, 24 Charter, house 12 do. 
Hubon Henrv G. cooper, house 12 Charter 
Huddell William, laborer, house 43 St. Peter 
Huffington John C. captain, house 8 County 
Hunt Alice, widow of John, house 6 Bath 
Hunt John D. carriage dealer, house 23 Marlboro' 
Hunt Joseph, wood & coal, Hunt's wharf, house 19 Church 
Hunt Mary Mrs. 7 Hardy 
Hunt Matthew, machinist, ho«se 60 O. B. Road 
Hunt Thomas, stone mason, house rear 52 O. B. Road 
Hunt William, merchant, 165 Essex, house 1-Brown 
Hunt William P. manner, house 11 Hardy 
Hunter Catherine Mrs. house 3 Church 

Huntington Asahel, counsellor, 24^ Wash. h. Mansion House 
Huntington Caroline Mrs. house 2 Vine 
Huntington Kimball C. currier, house rear 108 Boston 
Huntress Darling, teamster, house 2 Water 
Hurd Joseph W. carpenter, house 1 Friend 
Hurd Thomas, stone mason, house 24 Hathome 
Hurd Willard, teamster, house 36 South 
Hurd William W. dentist, 247 Essex 
Hurley John, laborer, house 17 Harbor 
Hurley John, laborer, house 3 Vine 
Hurley Thomas, laborer, house 17 Harbor 
Hurley Timothy, laborer, house 10 Webb 
Hurley William, laborer, house 17 Harbor 
Huse James, laborer, house 5 Gerrish court 
Huse John, currier, 59 Boston, house 93 Federal 
Hussey Albert, tin smith, house 46 Harbor 
Hussey Robert, captain, house 7 Orange 



Hutchings Augustus, carpenter, house 66 North 
Hutchings Ebenezpr jr. mariner, house 10 Ash 
Hutchinson Charles £. locksmith, 23 Neptune, house 10 Vine 
Hutchinson George, mariner, house 30 Turner 
Hutchinson George C. carpenter, house 30 Turner 
Hutchinson James W. tailor, house 12 Andrew 
Hutchinson Ruth, house 134 North 
Hutchinson Samuel, captain, house 96 Bridge 
Hutchinson Samuel, jr. mariner, house 96 Bridge 
Hutchinson Thomas, cabinet maker, house 10 Vine 
Hutchinson Thomas J. job printer, 175i| Essex, h. 41 St. Peter 
Hutchinson Thomas W. mariner, house 30 Turner 

IDE EDWIN R. (Jf. Goldthwait, Jr. * Co.), house 402 Essex 

Imperial Antonio, mariner, house 17 l)erby 

Ingalls Collins, captain, house 14 Prescott 

Ingalls Henry A. confectioner, 49 North, boards 29 Buflfum 

Ingalls Ira Mrs. house 29 BufFum 

Ingalls Ira F. currier, boards 29 Buffum 

Ingalls Mary Mrs. house 28 High 

Ingalls Mary, house 16 South 

Ingalls Wilson H. cooper^ house 34 South . 

IngersolL Dayid Mrs. house 11 Central 

Ingersoll Elizabeth Mrs. house 21 Charter 

IngersoU Nathaniel, captain, house 77j^ Bridge 

Ingersoll Nathaniel, jr. captain, house 77i Bridge 

Ingersoll Susan, house 34 Turner 

Innis John, shoe maker, house 6 Ash 

Innis John A, auct'r, dry goods and gro's, 18 Beckford, h. do. 

Ireland Isaac M. blacksmith, house 40 South 

Ireland William, tobacconist, house 11 Green 

Ison E. Q. musician and teacher, house 80 North 

Ivers , tailor, boards 20 Norman 

Ives David P. fancy goods (B ), house 28 Brown 
Ives John M. farmer, house 17 Pickman 
Ives Stephen B. ( IV. * S. B. Ives), house 28 Brown 
Ives Stephen B jr. h. 28 Brown 

Ives William & Co. {George W. Pease), printers and publishers 

Salem Observer, 228 Essex, house 392 do. [do. 

Ives William & Sii B. book store and bindery, 232 Essex, h. 390 

JACKMAN {NATHANIEL C.) & Goss {Francis P.), brass 

founders, Phillips' wharf, house 22 Andrew 
Jackman Nathaniel M. printer (B.)» house 22 Andrew 
Jackson Benjamin, captain, house 7 Orange 
Jackson Elizabeth, tailoress, house 20 Oliver 



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Jackson Jane Mrs. house 8 6reek , 

Jackson John, jr. shoe maker, house 7 Pratt 

Jackson J. G., Rubber Works, 28 Ward, house 19 Norman 

Jackson Maria L. tailoress, boards I Ward 

Jackson Mary Mrs. house 67 1-2 Essex 

Jackson Nancy, tailoress, house 20 Oliver [Marlboro* 

Jackson Nathaniel, marble manufacturer, 11 St. Peter, h. 17 

Jackson William H. boards 62 Mason 

Jackson William T. mariner, house 27 Williams 

Jacobs Warren M. house 140 Boston 

James Clark W. mariner, house 18 Charter 

Janes Abraham, laborer, house Salem turnpike 

Janes Abraham, jr. house Salem turnpike 

Janes Sarah Mrs. house 14 High 

Janes Joseph, shoe maker, house 21 Winthrop 

Janes Joshua, shoe maker, house 21 Winthrop 

Jaques Joseph, laborer, house 15 Mall 

Jarvis William, mariner, house 9 Walnut 

Jeffs A. P. shoe maker, house 6 Friend 

Jeffs James M. shoe maker, boards 22 Mechanic 

Jeffs Mitchell A. laborer, house 6 Friend 

Jefferds Edward, laborer, house 57 O. B. Road 

Jeffrey John jr. shoe maker, house 78 North 

Jelly Charles, hackman, house 12 Winthrop 

Jelly Charles H. baker, 416 Essex, boards 9 County 

Jelly John A. mariner, house 9 County 

Jelly Martha B. Mrs. house 9 Countv 

Jelly Mary H. dress maker, house l5 Winthrop 

Jelly Samuel, house 10 Beckford 

Jelly Samuel S. house 10 Marlboro' [house 10 Beckford 

Jelly William, agent and collector Aqueduct Co. 15 Sewall, 

Jelly William H. house 10 Beckford 

Jenkins Aaron, musician, house 84 North 

Jenkinson Joseph, weaver, house 4 Prince 

Jenks Charles A. shipwright, Peabody, house 30 Harbor 

Jenks Elias Mrs. house 30 Harbor 

Jenks George F. house 30 Harbor 

Jenks Henry E. clerk. Central wharf, house 41 Harbor 

Jenks Sarah E. H. teacher Brown School, house 30 Harbor 

Jenness Susan F. nurse, houf*e 13 River 

Jewett Daniel H. {Honeycomb *•/.), house 3 Briggs 

Jewett John, furniture, 2o9 & 261 Essex, h. 17 Barton square 

Jewett John {Prime, Kenny ^ Co.), house 17 Barton square 

Jewett Thomas S. {Prime, Kenny ^ Co.), house 45 St. Peter 

Jocelyn Edwin, house 80 Bridge 

Jocelyu Henry E. clerk, 207 Essex, house 80 Bridge 



Jocelyn Mary £. teacher Saltonstall School, h. 80 Bridge 
Johnson Daland H. clerk (B.), house 10 North 
Johnson Daniel H. ship broker, 92 State st. (B.), h. 10 North 
Johnson Emery Mrs. house 362 Essex 
Johnson Emery S. captain, house 81 Essex 
Johnson Frederic, mariner, house 13 Oedney court 
Johnson George, house 14 Brown 
Johnson Hannah, house 406 Essex 
Johnson Henry L. captain, house 7 Orange 
Johnson Lydia Mrs. house 31 Boston 
Johnson Lydia, house 406 Essex 

Johnson Moses S. teacher of music, r. 157 Essex, h. 96^ Bridge 
Johnson Nicholas, mariner, house 38 South 
Johnson Peter, mariner, house 17 Pond 
Johnson Samuel, physician, house 14 Brown 
Johnson Samuel, jr. clergyman, house 14 Brown 
Johnson Samuel, currier, 13 Beach, house 5 do. 
Johnson Samuel F^ clerk, City Hotel, 277 Essex [22 Beckford 
Johnson Samuel S. auction and commission store, 14 Front, h. 
Johnson Thomas H. clerk, 190 Essex, house 6 County 
Johnson Thomas M. captain, house 6 County 
Johnson William Mrs. house 84 Bridge 
Johnson Wm. Henry, book keeper (B.), boards Essex House 
Jones Amos, yariety store, 23 Water, house 26 Liberty 
^ Jones Andrew J. house 1 Dcdge 
Jones Eleanor Mrs. house 14 Forter 
Jones Eliza, boards 70 Harbor 
Jones I. Ruthyen, house Essex House 
Jones John S. clerk, 10 Peirce's wharf, house 29 Broad 
Jones Lydia H. dress maker, boards 12 Harbor 
Jones Owen, shoe manufacturer, 18 Chestnut, house do. 
Jones Samuel O. tailor and draper, 8 Front, house 16 Howard 
Jones Sarah V. Mrs. house 3 Salem 
Jones Thomas Rey. house 10 High street court 
Jones Thomas, laborer, house K) High street court 
Jones Wm. house and ship carpenter, 21 Water, h. 26 Liberty 
Jones William F. house 49 Endicott 
Joplin Elizabeth Mrs. house 61 Summer 
Joplin Elizabeth, widow, hduse 2 High street court 
Joplin William,* shoe maker, house ol Summer 
Jordan Allen, boarding house, 70 Harbor 
Jordan C. C. mesmeric physician, 158 Essex, up stairs 
Jordan Hannah, widow, house 3 Pond 
Jordan James, shoe maker, house 93 Derby 
Jordan Mary Mrs. nurse, house 52 Endicott 
Jordan Michael, shoe maker, house 5 Essex 



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Jordan William, house 93 Derby 

Jordan William W. shoe maker, house 3 Pond 

Joyce Patrick, laborer, house 27 St. Peter 

Joye Joseph, shoe maker, house 129 North 

Judkins Edward H. shoe maker, house Silsbee, c. 0* B. Boad 

Julio William T. captain, house 25 Harbor 

KALLBURG BENJAMIN R., Rubber Works, house 5 Park 

Kane Thomas, laborer, house 7 Ward 

Katen Edward, tanner, house 12 Oak 

Kating James, currier, boards 69 Federal 

Keazer Albert, currier, 23 Boston, house do. 

Keazer Luther, house 23 Boston . 

Keazer J^uther, jr. currier, house 4 Curtis 

Keefe John, tailor, boards 269 Essex 

Kecfe Patrick, laborer, house 33 Marlboro' 

Kegan Eunice Mrs. house 39 St. Vet^ 

Kehew Aaron Augustus {HillS^ Kehew)y house 6 Forrester 

Kehew Aaron, jr. carpenter, house 6 Forrester 

Kehew Charles, laborer, house rear 14 Central 

Kehew George L. painter, house 10 Winter 

Kehew John, brass founder, house 19 Becket 

Kehew Ruth Mrs. house 15 Central 

Kehew Samuel, cooper, 47 Union, house 11 Herbert 

Kehew Thomas, currier, house North Pine 

Kehew William A. cooper, house 15 Central 

Kehew William B. mason, house 24 North 

Kehew William H. 181 Essex, house 24 North 

Keith David Mrs. house 27 Forrester 

Keith John H clerk, 26 Washington, boards 5 Barton square 

Kelby Edward, house 15 Daniels 

Kelley , tailor, boards 20 Norman 

Kelley Ann Mrs. house 88 Federal 
Kelley Elizabeth Mrs. house 7 Park 
Kelley James, currier, boards 12 Ash 
Kelley James, mariner, house 14 St. Peter 
Kelley James, laborer, house foot of Oak 
Kelley James, carpenter, house 47 Mason 
Kelley John, house 67 Harbor 
Kelley John, laborer, house 18 Mill 
Kelley Michael, house 21 Becket 
Kelley Nancy Mrs. house 36 Marlboro* 
Kelley Nathaniel, laborer, house Barton court 
Kelley Patrick, laborer, house 15 St. Peter 
Kelley Peter, mason, house 22 ^iver 
Kelley lUchard, mariner, house 13 North 



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Kelley Timothy, laborer, house Harrison avenue 
Kelley William, tanner, house 15 Harthorne 
Kelly Mary Mrs. house 7 Rust 
Kelman John, mariner, house 28 Essex 
Kelman William, boarding, 9 Higginson square 
Eelsey Isaac, mariner, house Pratt 

Kemp Samuel, sail maker, head Peabody's wharf, h. 102 Bridge 
Kendall Alvah, stair builder, 35 Endicott, house 11 Hathorne 
Kendall Cornelius, shoe maker, house 77 O. B. Koad 
Kendall Charles, painter, house 22 Mechanic 
Kennedy Elbridge, mason, boards 89 Mason 
Kennedy Hiram, mason, boards 89 Mason 
Kennedy John H. machinist, house 10 Park 
Kennedy Morris, laborer, house 7 Ropes 
Kennedy Samuel, captain, house 18 Norman 
Kennedy Samuel, jr. captain, house 18 Norman 
Kenney George, blacksmith, Pope's court, h Salem turnpike 
Kenney John, tanner, house 6 May 
Kenney William, tanner, rear 420 Essex, house 421 do. 
Kenny George W., Citr Mills, house 19 Harbor 
Kenny Jonathan Mrs. nouse 82 South 
Kenny Jonathan A. {Primet Kenny S^ C».), house 25 South 
Kent David D. cabinetmaker, house 7 Pleasant 
Keyes Michael, laborer, house 11 Flint 
Kiely David, laborer, house 2 High street court 
Kicly Peter, mason, house 6 Briggs 
Kilborn Jedediah, turnkey, house 46 St. Peter 
Kilby Christopher, mariner, house 4 Herbert 
Kilbride Daniel, pedler, house 91 Derby 
KilduflF Michael, currier, house 407 Essex 
Kilham Elizabeth, widow, house 25 Pickman 
Kilham Sylvester, refreshments, 62 Union, house 10 Herbert 
Kimball Adam W. 209 Essex, house 26 Neptune 
Kimball Alfred, shoe manufacturer, house 21 North 
Kimball Catharine Mrs. house 30 Beckford 
Kimball Charles A. clerk, boards 53 Harbor 
Kimball Charles F cigar maker, house 26 Neptune 
Kimball Daniel, counsellor, house 29 Pleasant 
Kimball David C. druggist (B.), house 126 Essex 
Kimball Dorcas Mrs. boarding house, 21 North 
Kimball Ebenezer D. family furnishing store, 55 Harbor, junc- 
tion of Peabody, house 63 Harbor 
Kimball Edward D. merchant, 58 Union, h. Pleasant, c. Andrew 
Kimball Emeline R. house 30 Beckford [Harbor 

Kimball B. W. {Roberts Sg K.), counsellor, over 174 Essex, h. 53 
Kimball George, printer, 191 Essex, house 30 Pleasant 



Kimball Jacob, mariner, house 9 Salem 
Kimball James, chair manufactory, 111 Essex, house 127 do. 
Kimball James, mariner, house 2 North court 
Kimball James S. captain, house 14 Pickman 
Kimball John, sail maker, house 14 County 
Kimball John, caulker and graver, house 9 Salem 
Kimball Jonathan C. carpenter, house 29 Pleasant 
Kimball Jonathan L. Mrs. house 19 Winter 
Kimball Joseph, mariner, house 1 Turner 
Kimball Joseph, bathing, 37 North, house 15 Dearborn 
Kimball Margaret Mrs. house 2 North court [Harbor 

Kimball (Mark) & Skerry (Robert), painters, 3 Neptune, h. 1 
Kimball Mary Mrs. nurse, nouse 15 Breed 
Kimball Mary R. teaeher, house 30 B^^ckford 
Kimball Nathaniel, carpenter, house 16 Becket 
Kimball Nathaniel, shipwright, house 5 Salem 
Kimball Nath'l A. wooa and bark, 58 tJnion, h. 5 Barton sq. 
Kimball Samuel T. {Henderson & K.), house 16 Pickman 
Kimball Sarah, house 23 North 
Kimball Sarah F. milliner, 220 Essex, house 21 North 
Kimball Sarah S. S. Mrs. house 19 Winter 
Kimball William, hats, caps, &c. 209 Essex, house 26 Neptune 
Kimball William, jr. 209 Essex, house 18 East 
Kimball William H. blacksmith, house 19 Northey . 
Kindred Rosanna, house 9 Prince 
King Betsey, house 85 Essex 
King Elizabeth Mrs. house 13 Chestnut 
King Henry Mrs. house 389 Essex 
King Henry F. captain, house 389 Essex 
King Isabella, boards 66 Harbor 
King James, grocer, 21 Vine, boards 10 Liber^ 
King James, wharfinger, Derby wharf, house 34 Harbor 
King James, mariner, house 9| English 
King James B. captain, house 47 Lafayette 
King John, laborer, house 1 High st. court 
King John, laborer, hou^e OdeU square [do. 

King John G. commissioner of insolvency, 235 Essex, h. 258 
King Lydia, house 17 Lemon 
Kingsley George, cooper, house 53 Summer 
Kingsley James, mariner, house 9 Williams 
Kingsley John, mariner, house 18 Hardy 
Kingsley Lydia Mrs. house 23 Oliver 
Kingsley Thomas P. cooper, house 14 South 
Kinnison John B. laborer, house 68 Essex L^^^ 

Kinsman John, superintendent E. R. R. h. 311 Essex, c. Sum- 
Kinsman John C. house 7 Spring 



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Kinsman Joshua "Mxa. house 22 Brown 
Kinsman Nathaniel, carpenter, house 29 Norman 
Kinsman Rebecca C. Mrs. house 24 Church 
Kinsman Samuel, currier, house 59 North 
Kirby Edward, house rear 26 Peabody 
Kirby Walter, boards 69 Federal 
Kirby William, laborer, house 29 North 
Knapp Isaac N. shoe maker, house 17 LemoA 
Knapp Lydia Mrs. house 85 Essex 
Knight Albert, depot master E. R. B. house 13 Salem 
Knight Anna Mrs. tailoress, house 7 Cross 
Knight Edward, tailor, house 20 Northey 
Knight Edward H. clerk, Phillips' wharf, house 13 Salem 
Knight Elizabeth P. nurse, house 42 Summer 
Knight George N. shoe maker, house 14 High 
Knight Jeremiah, shoe maker, house 5 Lemon 
Knight John, laborer, house 14 Conant 
Knight Mehiteble Mrs. house 40 St Peter 
Knight Misses, fancy goods, 5 Pleasant, house do. 
Knight Nathaniel, laborer, house 13 Breed 
Knight Samuel, laborer, house 40 St. Peter 
Knight Sarah Mrs. house 15 Lemon 
Knight Sarah, tailoress, house 6 Ash 

Knight Thomdike, carpenter, 74 Washington, h. 29 Harbor 
Knight Willard, clerk, 20 Front, house 8 County- 
Knight William, shoe maker, 5 North, house 6 River 
Knight William^ jr. dentist, house Pearl 
Knights Joseph F. currier, house 60 North 
Knowles Betsey, boards 66 Harbor 
Knowlton William Mrs. house 27 Green 
Knowlton Willis S. cabinet maker, house 12 March 
Knox Rebecca Mrs. house rear 41 Derby 
Kyle Ann, widow, house 9 Prince 

LACKEY ALBERT principal Brown School, house 18 School 

Ladd Mary Mrs. house, 8 Pond 

Lahy Jeremiah, laborer, house 24 Ward 

Lake Charles, shoe maker, house foot of Leach 

Lakeman Eben K. jeweller, 180 Essex, house 12 Elm 

Lamb Mary Ann, house 12 Broad 

Lamb Simon, house 10 Creek 

Lambert Henry L. assistant clerk, Court House, house 7 Fish 

Lambert John, captain, house 22 Hawthorne 

Lambert Porter, cabinet maker, 96 Essex, h. 4 Howard 

Lambert Priscilla Mrs. house 112 Essex 

Lamphere Judith, Mrs. nurse, house Sutton 

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Lainson Aga, upholsterer, 296 Essex, house 34 Federal 

Lamnon Asa, jr. grocer, 102 Bridge, house 4 Northey 

Lamson Charles, watch maker, 2U Essex, house 5 Northey 

Lamson Eliza J. Mrs. house 57 Endicott 

Lamson Frederick, house 4 Northey 

Lamson Mercea P dress maker, 2oOA Essex 

Lamson P. Augusta, dress maker, 250 1-2 Essex 

Lanahan John, laborer, house 6 Carlton 

Lancaster Abagail Mrs. nurse, house 6 Becket 

Lancaster J. Federick, printer, boards 6 Becket 

Lancaster Martha, tailoress, house 6 Becket 

Lander Benjamin, hair dresser, 9 St. Peter, house do. 

Lander Benjamin W. printer, house 10 Saunders 

Lander Edward, merchant, house 5 Summer 

Lander Elizabeth Mrs. house 12 Carpenter 

Lander Mary Mrs. house 23 Summer 

Lander William W. mariner^ house Everett 

Lane Edward B. sail maker, 57 Union, house 12 do. 

Lane Henry J. shoe maker, house 58 Endicott 

Lane Nichols, cabinet maker, house 10 Charter 

Lane William Mrs. house 21 Turner [sex, h. 49 Lafayette 

Lang Benjamin, piano-forte tuner and music teacher, 189 Es- 

Lang Daniel, teamster, 14 High 

Lang Elizabeth, house 78 Federal 

Langley Horace, mason, boards 14 St. Peter 

Langmaid Alfred A. steam planer, house 76 Summer 

Langmaid Horatio R. blacksmith, house 8 Hathome 

Langmaid John P. steam planer, house 3 Charter 

Lannegan Patrick, gardener, house 7 Ropes 

Larabee Benjumin, stone cutter, house 10 O. B. Road 

Larrabee Benjamin, sexton, house 16 Norman 

Larrabee Charles W. shee maker, house 11 Lynn 

Larrabee Eben, shoe maker, house 16 Northey 

Larrabee Ebenezer W. clerk (B.), house 30 O. B. Road 

Larr bee Elias Cornelius, house 8 Beach 

Larrabee George, shoe maker, house 60 Broad 

Larrabee Samuel H. baker, house 7 Central 

Larrabee Sarah, nurse, house 23 North 

Larrabee Somes N. shoe manufacturer, Beach, h. r. 13 Lynn 

Larrabee Wm. shoe maker, house 23 North 

Larren Peter, captain, house 7 Becket 

Laskey Esther Mrs. tailoress, house 30 Union 

Laskey George, rope maker, house 4 Barton [do. 

Laskey {John) & Richards {Geo. S.), tobacconists, 1 South, h. 

Laughlin Lydia Ann, nurse, house 20 Charter 

Laughlin Michael, currier, house 14 Oak 



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Law George, shoe maker, 5 Wash, house 51 Broad 

Lawrence Abel, Custom House, house 22 Washington 

Lawrence Angelo, laborer, boards 30 Derby 

Lawrence Charles, mariner, house 26 Essex 

Lawrence Charles, provisions, 4 Derby, house 58 do. 

Lawrence Daniel S. provisions, 41 Derby, house 58 do. 

Lawrence George, mason, house 42 Endicott 

Lawrence Joseph, laborer, house 24 Derby 

Lawrence Lewis, watchman, house 35 Derby 

Lawrence Schuyler, chimney sweep, house 8 High 

Lawson Peter, mariner, house 7 Becket 

Lawson William, restorator, 1 Washington, h. do. 

Leach Mary H. house foot Cedar 

Leach Sarah Mrs. house 37 Chestnut 

Learock John, mason, house 40 Forrester 

Learock John M. shoe maker, 149 Essex, house 2 Curtis 

Leavitt Charles M. clerk (B.), boards at Essex House 

Leavitt Eunice Mrs. house 18 Federal 

Leavitt Haron D. carpenter, 27 Liberty, h. 28 Beckford 

Leavitt Joseph H. clerk, Essex House, 176 Essex 

Leavitt Joseph S. proprietor Essex House, 176 Essex 

Leavitt Joseph S. jr. house 18 Federal 

Leavitt Walter, carpenter, 10 Lafayette, house 77 North 

Leavitt William, teacher of navigation, 16 Bath, h. 119 Essex 

Lecraw Benj. P. mariner, house 17 Derby 

Lecraw John, tailor, 17 Derby, house do. 

Lecraw John, jr. mariner, house 17 Derby 

Lee David, teamster, house 108 Boston 

Lee Dorcas Mrs. house 5 North court 

Lee Frances Mrs. nurse, house 10 Peabody 

Lee George, upholsterer, house 8 Church 

Lee Geo. W. boots and shoes, Vine, c. Liberty, h. 6 North ct. 

Lee Israel S. cooper, house 7 Elm 

Lee John C. 47 State (B.), house 14 Chestnut 

Lee John C. house 17 Conant 

Lee Lois Mrs. house 7 Elm 

Lee Mary E. dress maker, house 7 Elm 

Lee William, Custom House, house 28 Pleasant 

Leech Lydia, widow, house 2-5 Turner 

Leech Wm. spur maker, 47 Water, house 25 Turner 

Lefavour Benj. F. clerk, 2 Federal, boards 8 Carpenter 

Lefavour Elizabeth Mrs. house 12 Winter 

Lefavour Francis H. house 12 Winter 

Lefavour .^hn, house 15 Oliver 

Lefavour Joseph, captain, house 23 Pleasant 

Lefavour Samuel H. mariner, house 12 Winter 



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Lefavour Thomas H. {Conieliv^ & L.), house 82 Essex 
Lefavour William, mariner, liouse 9 Cross 
Legrand Charles A. mariner, house 12 Daniels 
Le|2^o David, house 13 Park 
Leigh Wright, captain, house 7 Hardy 
Leland John, currier, house 405 Essex 

LeMaster Lydia, house 6 Winter JTter 

LeMaster S. E. millinery and trimmings, 215 Essex, h. 6 Win- 
Lemon Elizabeth Mrs. house 353 Essex 
Lemon Mary Mrs. house 119 Essex 
Lendall Jacob, house rear 6 Curtis 
Lenehen Thomas, laborer, house 5 English 
Lennon Richard, currier, boards North Pine 
Lewis Dana, tin-plate worker, house 20 Winter 
Lewis Joseph, rope maker, house Osgood 
Lewis Louisa, house 38 Summer 
Lewis Lydia, teacher, Lyceum Hall, h. 38 Summer 
Lewis Mary A. widow, house 43 Forrester 
Lewis Peter, house Gktrdner 

Lewis Samuel, shipwright, Gardner, house 14 Ward 
Lewis Thomas R. mariner, house 17 Creek 
Lewis '\^illiam, laborer, house 20 Carlton 
Libby John F. tanner, house r. 93 Boston 
Lindegaard James C. laborer, house r. 10 Carpenter 
Lindsey Ralph B. tin smith, house 8 Peabody 
Lindsey Richard, grocer, 17 South, house 13 do. 
Lineham Jeremiah, laborer, house 11 Pond 
Linahin William, currier, boards 2 Friend 
Linsky James, laborer, house 14 Derby 
Little Catherine Mrs. house 344 Essex 
Littlefield Daniel, cook, 25 Market square, house 54 Bridge 
Littlefield Dependence, shoe maker, house 21 North ' 

Littlefield Edson L. livery stable. West place, house 11 Church 
Littlefield Moses, trader, boards 29 Buffum 
Littlefield Peletiah, mariner, h. Lummus' ct. r. 103 Federal 
Littlefield Theodore, mason, house 7 North Pine 
Livingstone Malcom, mariner, house 15 River 
Lockwood Charles M. shoe maker, house Foye's ct. 
Logan John, shoe maker, 12 Forrester 
Logan Edwin, shoe maker, 12 Forrester 
Lombard Growse, 20 Derby sq. boards 5 Higginson sq. 
Loague Joseph, teamster, house 3 Palfray court 
Long Douglass, boards 44 Boston 
Long Wm. M. house 69 Harbor 
Looby Patrick, currier, house 79 Mason 
Looby Thomas, currier mason, house 12 Friend 



BJLLBM [L] DIBECTOBT. lOl 

Lord Andrew & D. marble and gravestone manuf. Market w'f, 

house 12 Odell square 
Lord Andrew H. marble engraver, house 12 Odell sq. 
Lord Augustus, currier, house 5 Oak 
Lord Calvin, Market House, house at Danvers 
Lord Daniel (A. ^ D, Lord), house 12 Odell sq. 
Lord Daniel B. carpenter, house 24 Howard 
Lord David Mrs. house 27 Pleasant 
Lord Elizabeth, teacher, house 27 Pleasant 
Lord Enoch & Co. (C. C. Walden), curled hair manufactory, 

20 Bridge, house 96 Federal 
Lord Geo. F. painter, boards \5 Breed 
Lord Harriet N. teacher, house 27 Pleasant 
Lord James, tanner, 96 Federal, house do. 
Lord James A. tanner, Prospect, house Dean 
Lord Michael, captain, house 95 Federal 
Lord Nancy D. tailoress, house 48 Essex 
Lord Nathaniel, house Mill, corner Endicotf 
Lord Nathaniel J. counsellor, 194 Essex, boards Essex House 
Lord Otis P. counsellor, 27 Washington, house 6 Lynde 
Lord Sarah Ann, boards 66 Harbor 
Lord Susan, boards 66 Harbor 
Lorene Philip, mariner, house 20 Derby 
Loring Edward D. coach manuf. West place, h. 325 Essex 
Loring Joshua, coach maker, West place, 21 Marlboro' 
Lovejoy John, carpenter, 1P8 Essex, house 40 do. 
Lovejoy William, house 14 Walnut 

Lovering Edwin T. clerk, 10 Derby sq. boards 22 Beckford 
Lovering Lydia Mrs. house 14 County 
Lovis Nancy Mrs. house 17 Marlboro* 
Low Aaron T. {AverellS^ L.), house 79 Boston 
Low Adrain, stoves (B.)» house 46 Endicott 
Low Elijah, laborer, house 42 Essex 
Low Mary, house 17 Creek « 

Low Richard, cooper, 27 Peabody, house 9 Gedney court 
Low Samuel, cooper, house 9 Gedney court 
Lowd David, tanner, house 12 Hathorne 
Lowd Mark, painter, 8 North, house 14 School 
Lowd Noah, spar maker, house 90 Lafayette 
Loyd Thomas, mariner, house 49 Derby 
Loyd Wm. H, mariner, house 49 Derby 
Lucas Sarah Mrs. house 5 Salem 
Lucy Bartholomew, laborer, house 4 High st. ct. 
Lund^ren Peter, laborer, house 23 Essex 
Lundrigan Thomas, laborer, house 15 Ash 
Luscomb Augustus F. mariner, house 39 Lafayette 



102 8ALBM [M] DIBECTOBT. 

Luscomb Charles B. clerk (B.)» house 20 South 

Luscomb Gheorge, shoe maker, house 3 Dow 

Luscomb Henry, watchman, City Mills, house 39 Lafayette 

Luscomb Henry, jr. switchman JS. R. R. house 23 Cedar 

Luscomb Israel, mariner, house 39 Lafayette 

Luscomb John C. mariner, house 8 Northey 

Luscomb John G. jeweller, 147 Essex, house 14 Central 

Luscomb John H. mariner, house 8 Northey 

Luscomb Joseph W. captain, house 4Conant 

Luscomb M&rj Mrs. house 20 South 

Luscomb William, shoe maker, boards 78 North [Lafayette 

LuscOmb William H. sisn and fancy painting, 341 Essex, h. 41 

Lynch Dennis, pedler, house 91 Derby 

Lynch John, cooper, house 11 Hardy 

Lynch Michael, laborer, house 86 Derby 

Lynch Patrick, umbrella maker, house 96 Derby 

Lynch Thomas, horse shoer, boards 19 Daniels 

Lynch William, pedler, house 19 Daniels 

Lyons Jeremiah, laborer, house 68 Essex 

Lyons Lucy, laundress, house 31 North 

MACK ELISHA, counsellor, house 21 Chestnut 

Mack Lydia Mrs. variety, 7 Federal, house do. 

Mack William, port physician, 1 Central, house 21 Chestnut 

Mackie John, saddler, nouse 30 South 

Madden James, laborer, house 12 Ash 

Madison John, captain, house 4 Vine 

Magner James, house foot of Derby 

Magoun Augustus, mariner, house 20 Becket 

Magoun David Mrs. house 20 Becket 

Magoun Jane Mrs. house 28 Derby 

Magoun Thomas, shipwright, house 28 Derby 

Magoun Thomas, jr. shipwright, house 48 Essex 

Magoun Warren, mariner, house 28 Derby 

Maguire Andrew, laborer, house rear 40 St. Peter 

Mahoney James, carpet painter, house 7 Upham 

Mahoney Jeremiah, currier, 49 Boston, house 56 Broad 

Mahoney John, tailor, house 6 Pratt 

Mahoney Patrick, currier, house 82 Mason 

Mahoney Timothy, house 86 Derby 

Mahoney William, currier, house l2o Boston 

Mahoney William, laborer, house 14 Derby 

Malony Charles, currier, boards 18 Summer 

Maloon Abigail Mrs. house 81 Boston 

Maloon John, tanner, house 81 Boston 

Maloon Nicholas, laborer, house 8 Turner 



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Maloon Thomas, house 13 Upham 

Maloon William, tanner, Goodhue, house 92 Boston 

Mann Elizabeth N. teacher, house 108 Federal 

Mann James B. grocer, 51 Boston, house 83 Federal 

Mann Sarah Mrs. house 108 Federal 

Manning (Charles H.)& Sareent (Geo. W,), furniture rooms, 

286 Essex, house rear 222 Essex 
Manning Daniel A. cabinet maker, house rear 222 Essex 
Manning Daniel C. {Smith &M.), house 6 Cross 
Manning Elizabeth, house 8 Abom 
Manning James, printer, 185 Essex, house 108 Derby 
Manning Joseph, shoe maker, house 21 Mall 
Manning Mary, boards 21 Mall 
Manning Michael, stone mason, house 6 Pratt 
Manning Richard, tailor, house 8 Aborn 
Manning Richard C. clerk, 33 Water, house 33 Dearborn 
Manning Robert, nursery of fruit trees, house 33 Dearborn 
Mqpining Thomas, laborer, house 3 Church 
Manning William, house Essex House 
Manning William, house East Webb 
Mansfield Benjamin S. painter, house 7 South 
Mansfield Charles, captain, house 26 Brown 
Mansfield Charles W. G. printer, house 12 Summer 
Mansfield Daniel A. house 4 South 
Mansfield Daniel H. captain, house 7 Vine 
Mansfield Hannah Mrs. house 12 Summer 
Mansfield Henry T. clerk, 1 Market court, house 22 Federal 
Mansfield Ira, mason, house 8 Elm 
Mansfield John, switchman E. R. R. house 4 South 
Mansfield John R. shoe maker, house 9 Spring 
Mansfield John T. Mrs. house 76 Essex 
Mansfield Joseph, house 7 South 
Mansfield Joseph, painter, 9 Lafayette, house 5 Mall 
Mansfield Lucretia Mrs. house 7 South [Crombie 

Mansfield Nancy & Freeloye Misses, dress makers, house 13 
Mansfield Nancy, house 247 Essex 
Mansfield Nathaniel B. merchant, house 27 Broad 
Mansfield Robert, jr. teacher, boards 47 Washington 
Mansfield William, constable, city messenger, nouse 7 South 
Mansfield William R. D. carpenter, house 7 South 
Manuel Martha Mrs. house 12 Essex [drew 

Marden Eben W. & Co. provisions, Franklin Market, h. 8 An- 
Marden George, laborer, house 14 Turner 
Mardin Aaron, carpenter, house 97 Bridge 
Mardin Joseph, carpenter, house 10 Norman 
Markoe Eliza, seamstress, house 48 Essex 



104 SALEM [M] DIBECTOBT. 

Markoe Philip, house 39 Derby [Essex, house 9 Cambridea 

Marks John & Son (J. Louis Marks)^ fruit and groceries, 287 

Marks John B. shoe maker, house 2 Conant 

Marks J. Louis (J. Marks 8^ Son)^ house 16 Crombie 

Marks William V. merchant, house 9 Cambridge 

Marsden Charles H. mariner, house 6 Peabody 

Marshall Caroline, dress maker, house 39 Boston 

Marshall Daniel, captain, house 1 Milk 

Marshall Hannah Mrs. upholstress, house 31 Federal 

Marshall Lois Mrs. house 56 Broad 

Marshall Mary Mrs. house 39 Boston 

Marshall Mary, house 4 High st. court 

Marshall Samuel, shoe maker, house 64 Boston 

Marshall Sarah, boards 64 Harbor 

Marshall Sarah £. teacher, house 39 Boston 

Marston Asa, tanner, boards Mansion House 

Marston Daniel, house 30 Washington 

Marston David, S. & L. R. R. house 29 Derby 

Marston Susan Mrs. house 17 River 

Marston Tryphena, house 15 Washington 

Martin Christopher, boot maker, 149 Essex, house 7 Ward 

Martin Henry, carpenter, house 6 Curtis 

Martin Henry, ostler, house 27 Turner 

Martin John'N. restorator, 25 Market sq. house 54 Bridge 

Martin Lucy, house 30 Federal 

Martin William, cook, 3 Higginson sq. 

Martin William, laborer, house 25 Ward 

Martin William P. currier, 35 Boston, house 58 Endicott 

Mason Abigail Miss, house 25 Brown 

Masters Issacher^ watchman, house 7 High st. court 

Masury John, shipwright, Tucker's whf. house 9 Becket 

Masury Thomas A. cigar maker, house 14 Ward 

Mathews Ezekicl W. engineer, house 21 Essex 

Mathews James, currier, house 15 Flint 

Mathews John, mariner, house 15 South 

Mathews Richard, captain, house Dean, comer Federal 

Mathews William, laborer, house 89^ Derby 

Matthews Emily Mrs. house 8 Webb 

Matthews Michael, house 19 Salem 

MaUhias Frederick, South Reading R. R. boards 37 O. B. E. 

Mauthe Mark, shoe maker, 273 Essex 

Maxfield Benjamin, foreman oil factory, house 3 South 

Maxfield James, tanner, house 422 Essex 

Maxfield Josiah, Rubber Works, house 59 Derby 

Maxfield Martha, Mrs. house rear 13 Lynn 

Maxfield Thomas, watchman. N. S. Mills, h. Everett, c. Salem 



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Maxson Hannah Mrs. house 9 Conntv 

May Calvin W. furniture, 274 Essex, house 28 Lynd* 

May Caroline, teacher, house 28 Lynde 

May Mary Jane, teacher, house 28 Lynde 

Maynes Wm. hats, caps and trunks, 35 Wash. h. ISSewall 

McAlister Jane Mrs. variety store, house 11 Ash 

McCann Patrick, waiter Essex House, house 15 St. Peter 

McCannon Susan Mrs. house Warren, near Tumpike 

McCarthy Charles, shoe maker, 18 Lafayette, house 8 Park 

McCarty Dennis, laborer, house 29 Forrester 

McCarty Jeremiah, house 32 North 

McCarty John, laborer, house foot of Oak 

McCarty Michael, tanner and currier, 12 Franklin, h. 86Federal 

McCarty Patrick, currier, house 2 May 

McCloy Alexander, blacksmith, house 17 Union 

McCloy Alexander, ir. carpenter, house 6 Walnnt 

McCloy Elizabeth, dress maker, house 63 Essex 

McCloy Henry, tailor, house 24 Union 

McCloy Mary Ann, tailoress, house 63 Essex 

McClov Robert, house 14 Union 

McColly Alfred, machinist, boards 55 Lafayette 

McCoUy John, currier, boards 69 Federal 

MoConnell Henry, house 10 Derby 

McCord Thomas, restorator, 12 Meptone 

McCormick John, house 18 Mill 

McCrackin Andrew, machinist, house 20 South 

McCue John D. currier, house 383 Essex 

McCusick Lydia, boards 66 Harbor 

McDavitt Patrick, laborer, house 19 Daniels 

McDonald Bridget, boards 64 Harbor 

McDonald George A. mariner, boards 1 Dodge 

McDonald Jane, boards 64 Harbor 

McDonald Michael, laborer, house 7 English 

McDonald Peter, laborer, house 16 Elm 

McDonnell David, laborer, house 18 Water 

McDonnell John, laborer, house 34 Union 

McDonough Colbum, laborer, house 8 AndoTer 

McDonough Michael, house 29 North 

McDonough William, house foot of Gardner 

McEvoy Michael, Naumkeag Mills, boards 6 MUX 

McFarland Catharine Mrs. house 26 Peabody 

M'Farland William, captam, house 15 Vine 

McGeary Barnard, house 8 Friend 

McGeary James, ourrier, 67 Mason, house 8 Fiiend 

McGeary Patrick, laborer, house 8 Dodge 

McGee Cormick, house 1 High street eoart 

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McGrain William, laborer, house 20 Water 

McOuire Bridget, house 14 Friend 

McGuire Patnck, currier, boards 2 Friend [North 

Mclntire Samuel J. liyery stable and teaming, mechanic, h. 61 

Mclntire William £. carpenter, house 7 Mason 

Mcintosh John Mrs. house 16 County 

Mcintosh William, mariner, house 34 Cedar 

Mclntyre Hannah, tailoress, house 36 Norman 

Mclntyre Henry, coach maker, 6 Sewall, house 27 Liberty 

Mclntyre John H. shoe maker, housp 8 Breed 

Mclntyre Joseph, carpenter, house 6 Chestnut 

Mclntyre Mary, tailoress, house 36 Norman 

Mclntyre Mary E. D. dress maker, house 12 Carpenter 

Mclntyre Nathaniel, laborer, house 20 South 

Mclntyre Samuel A. shoe maker, house Dodge, n. Dearborn 

Mclntyre Samuel L. laborer, house 83 Lafayette - 

Mclntyre Sarah Mrs. house 27 Liberty 

Mclntyre Sarah, seamstress, house 10 Mill 

McKay William, currier, boards 22 1-2 Boston 

McKenny Bartholomew, currier, house 129 Boston 

McKenzie Margaret Mrs. house 7 Webb 

McKenzie Reuben, mariner, house 10 Sewall 

McKenzie Roderick A. tailor, 29 Washington, house 7 Webb 

McKey John, Jr. clerk, 8 Front, house 12 Charter 

McLaughlin John, grocer, house 93 Derby 

McLaughlin Patrick, laborer, house 16 Elm 

McLellan James, oysters, house Salem turnpike 

McMahan Charles, house 4 Elm 

McMahan James, laborer, house Federal, comer North 

McMann Jeremiah, currier, house 70 O. B. Road 

McManners Thomas, laborer, hou^e 7 High street court 

McMullen John, ostler, house 46 Boston 

McMurphey Jam«s D. stabler, house 45 Federal 

McMurphey John B. carpenter, boards 45 Federal 

McNeal Margaret Mrs. nurse, house 30 Norman 

McNutt Charles W. shoe maker, boards rear 41 Derby 

McShane Bernard, 34 Front, house 5 High street court 

Meacom Ebenezer, shoe dealer, (Main st. Danvers,) h. 16 Abom 

Mead Elizabeth, widow, house 7 Jeffrey court 

Meady Daniel F. shoe maker, 42 Peabody, house 17 Salem 

Meazley Eliza Mrs. house 6 Becket 

Meek Henry, captain, house 2 Curtis 

Melcher Edward, carpenter, 83 North, house 20 Buff'um 

Melcher Oilman F. printer, house 12 Carlton 

Melcher John, carpenter, house 32 Bu£fum 

Melcher John A. tailor, 89 Washington, house 6 Northey 



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Melcher John £. carpenter, boards 20 Buffum 

Meldin George, laborer, house 23 Essex 

Mellen Lawrence, laborer, house 32 Peabody 

Mellody Martin, pedler, house 19 Daniels 

Melius Henry, merchant, house 17 "Winter 

Melton William, boards 21 Lafayette 

Melville Elizabeth, house 3 Church 

Melzeard Thomas, provisions, 17 St. Peter, house 16 do. 

Melzeard Thomas, jr. druggist, house 16 St. Feter 

Mende Francis, clerk, 148 Essex, boards 29 Harbor 

Mende Theodore, tailor, 10 Front, boards 29 Harbor 

Merchant Richard, Rockport Express, 10 Arrington buildin g 

Merriam Ira A. superintendent Mansion House, 188 Essex 

Merrill Elizabeth K. house 42 Broad [house 12 Liberty 

Merrill Jonathan & Son ( Wm. H. Merrill), coopers, 60 Union, 

Merrill Joseph C. {Carlton ^ Af.), 228 Essex 

Merrill Joseph D. currier, house 42 Broad 

Merrill Moses H. currier, house 134 Boston 

Merrill Rollins W. grocer, house 134 Boston 

Merrill Susan P. dress maker, house 134 Boston 

Merrill William H. (J. Merrill ^ Son), house 12 Liberty 

Merritt Alfred S. house 24 Federal [24 Federal 

Merritt David, merchant and express line, 14 Washington, h. 

Merritt David, jr. 14 Washington, house 26 Federal 

Merritt Henry, salesman, 226 Wash. (B.), house 14 Lynde 

Merritt Wm. superintendent Essex R. R. 70 Wash, h.9 Curtig 

Merrows Mark, shoe maker, house 90 O. B. Road 

Messer Naomi, widow, house 3 Boston 

Messer Phoebe, widow, house 14 Oak 

Messervy John, painter, 34 Lafayette, house 17 Cedar 

Messervy Thomas K. mariner, house 13 South 

Messervy William, captain, house 13 South 

Metcalf Benj. G. farmer, house Lafayette, n. Marblehead line 

Micklefield Rebecca B. house 20 Central 

Miles Thomas, laborer, house 26 Peabody 

Miller Ephraim F. collector of the customs, house 66 Bridge 

Miller Joseph, mariner, house 14 Peabody 

Miller Lewis F. captain, house 88 Lafayette 

Miller Thomas H. gas fixtures, 25 Washington 

Millet Benjamin Mrs. house 77 Derby 

Millet Benjamin R. cabinet maker, house 280 Essex 

Millet Eliza Mrs. dress maker, house 16 River 

Millet Sarah Mrs. nurse, house 12 Beckford 

Millett Charles, captain, house 12 Pickman 

Millett Charles, mariner, house 17 Hardy 

Millett Daniel, house 11 County 



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Millctt Daniel, ir. groceries and western produce, 67 Derby, 

house 69 ao. 
Millett Ebenezer C. clerk (B.), house 11 County 
Millett Edward A. clerk, Webb's wharf, house 4 1-2 Northey 
Millett Eliza, house 9 Hardy 
Millett Joseph H. captain, house 4 1-2 Northey 
Millett Joseph H. clerk, boards 64 Derby 
Millett Louisa, widow, house 77 Derby 
Millett Nathan, inspector of customs, house 17 Hardy 
Millett Nathan H. mariner, house 17 Hardy 
Millett Needham C. apothecary, house 17 Hardy 
Millett Sarah L. Mrs. dress maker, house 38 Forrester 
Millett William, cooper, house 8 Daniels 
Mills Amos H. carpenter, house 1 Peabody 
Mills Elizabeth, dress maker, house 1 Peabody 
Mills James, house Sutton 
Mills James, house 8 Prince 
Mills John, weaver, house 8 Prince 
Mills Joseph, clerk at Mansion House 
Mills R. C. Rev. house 15 Beckford 
Mills Samuel, weaver, house 8 Prince 
Miner Mary Mrs. house 16 Northey 
Mirick Mary A. teacher, house 19 Summer 
Mirick Ursula O. Mrs. house 19 Summer 
Mitchell John, grocer, house 25 Water 
Mitchell John, laborer, house Salem turnpike 
Mogan Charles B. eclectic physician, house 8 Ash 
Monarch Ebenezer, fisherman, house 30 Essex 
Monarch Joseph Mrs. house 32 Essex 
Monarch Maria Mrs. house 10 North court 
Monarch Moses, blacksmith, house 68 Washington 
Monies Michael, laborer, house rear Buffum 
Monies William A. laborer, house Walter 
Moody Frances Mrs. house 6 Gardner court 
Moody Lydia Mrs. house 8 Creek 
Moody Moses B. merchant (B.), house 12 BrOwn 
Moody William H. periodical agent, 37 Wash. h. 11 Creek 
Moody William H. jr. house rear 20 South 
Mooney John, laborer, boards rear 41 Derby 
Mooney Patrick D. porter at Mansion House 
Mooney Thomas, laborer, house Odell square 
Mooney William, currier, boards 12 Ash 
Moore David, merchant, 145 Essex, house 5 Fish 
Moore Elijah D. weaver, house 23 union 
Moore Gideon B. engineer, house rear 347 Essex 
Moore James, carpenter, house 14 Breed 



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Moore Mary Mrs. house 7 Fish 

Moore Obaoiah, laborer, house 24 Mechanio 

Moore Philip, cabinet maker, house 4 Turner 

Moore William, house 6 Barton 

Moran Matthew, coachman, house rear 36 Cedar 

Moran Michael, ostler, house 88 Federal 

More William, temperance restorator, 6 Market court, h. do. 

Moreland George W. shoe maker, house 81 Boston 

Moreland John S. shoe maker, 10 Boston, house 81 Boston 

Morgan George S. laborer, house 81 Derby 

Morgan John, boards 44 Boston 

Morgan John, laborer, house Parker's court 

Morgan John, jr. mariner, house 20 Beckford 

Morgan Luc^r Mrs. house 20 Beckford 

Morgan Patrick, laborer, house 8 Briggs 

Morgan Lucy P. teacher, house 360 Essex 

Morgan Rebecca, teacher, house 360 Essex 

Morgan Richard, laborer, house Dodge 

Morgan Theodore Mrs. house 360 Essex 

Morrill Augustus H. clerk. North River House 

Morrill Barnard C. lather, house 28 Cedar 

Morrill Mary Mrs. nurse, house 6 Howard 

Morrill (Phebe) & Walker (Mary M.), millinery, 246 Essex 

Morris George, porter, 26 Washington, house 6 Creek 

Morris Joseph B. restorator, West place, house 6 Creek 

Morris Mercy Mrs. house 6 Creek 

Morris William R. restorator, 6 Wash, house 1 Ropes 

Morrison Nahum, shoe maker, house Harrison avenue 

Morse David, shoe maker, house rear Buffum 

Morse £. A. music teacher, boards 123 Lafayette 

Morse Ebenezer, carpenter, house 123 Lafayette 

Morse Edward A. currier, house 6 Broad 

Morse E. Henry, carpenter, house 25 Liberty 

Morse Francis W. musician, house 400 Essex 

Morse John, tanner, house North Pine 

Morse Lavina, millinery, 3 St. Peter, house 10 Church 

Morse Lucius B. tanner. Prospect, house 402 Essex 

Morse Lydia Mrs. house 6 Broad 

Morse Mary E. Mrs. house 6 Broad 

Morse Nathaniel P. saddler, 58 Wash, house 45 Federal 

Morse Pavne, shoe maker, house 133 North 

Morse (JVm.) & Allen {Geo. A.), curriers, r. 44 Boston 

Morse Wm. B. mariner, boards 123 Lafayette 

Morse William T. currier, house 6 Beacn 

Moseley Joseph, captain, house 92A Federal 

Moseley Martha Mrs. house 78 Federal 



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Mosely Martha P. Mrs. house 97 Esnex 

Moulton Frederic, mason, house Z5 Federal 

Moultoxi Jay H. teamster, E. E. R. depot, h. Everett, c. Salem 

Moulton Jeremiah, butcher, house f57^ Broad 

Moulton John, laborer, house rear Buffum 

Moulton Joshua W. daguerreotype artist, 182 Essex, h. Endi- 

cott 
Moulton Mary Mrs. house 7 Federal 
Moulton Nathaniel P. carpenter, 5 Mechanic, h. do. 
Moulton William, laborer, house 54 Endicott 
Moulton William P. painter, boards 5 Mechanic 
Muchmore George H. ostler, boards 2-5 Marlboro' 
Muchmore Richard, farmer, house Orne 
Mudge (Samuel E.) & Norris {Charles H.), merchant tailors, 

169 Essex, h. Leach 
Mudgett Samuel A. clerk, 23 Front, h. 24 Cedar 
Mug/ord Charles D. merchant, house 339 Essex 
Mugford George, engineer, house 74 Federal 
Mugford Henry F. shoe maker, house 72 Federal 
Mugford Ruth Mrs. house 72 Federal 
Mugford Thomas S. mariner, house 72 Federal 
Muir Samuel A. confectioner, house 12 School 
Muldoon Felix, pedler, house 16 Elm 
Mullen 'Beetley, laborer, house 16 Elm 
Mullen Ellen, boards 64 Harbor 
Mullen James, laborer, house 44 Water 
Mullen John, mariner, house 48 Derby 
Mullen John, currier, boards 7 Beach 
Mullen Patrick, currier, boards 6 Beach 
Mullen Sarah Mrs. house 48 Derby 
Mullen William, mariner, house 48 Derby 
Mullet Georffe, shoe cutter, house 63 Summer 
MuUiken Edward, house 12 Prince 
Munday John, laborer, house 108 Derby 
Munroe Daniel, -wheelwright, house 8 Lynn 
Munroe George, currier, house 60 Broad 
Munroe George H. baker, 68 Wash, boards 269 Essex 
Murphy Elizabeth Mrs. house 9 High 
Murphy Francis, currier, house North Pine 
Murphy James, laborer, house 85 Mason 
Murphy James, laborer, house 8 Essex 
Murphy John, laborer, boards 6 Water 
Murphy John, currier, house May 
Murphy John, currier, house 3 Aborn 
Murphy John, laborer, house 24 Ward 
Murphy William, carpenter, boards 25 Lafayette 



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Murphy William, grocer, 316 Essex, house do. 

Murphy "William C. currier, house Everett 

Murray Robert, shoe maker, house 58 Old Boston Road 

Myers Edmund, laborer, house Elm, c. Vine 

Myers Thomas, laborer, house 24 Ward 

NA03 HENRY, laborer, house 58 Broad 

Narbonne Nathaniel A. mariner, house 71 Essex 

Narbonne Sarah Mrs. house 71 Essex 

Nason Daniel, currier, house 68 O. B. Road 

Nason Samuel, house 5 South 

Nay John, farmer, boards 56 Harbor 

Nay Joshua, fireman, house 55 Lafayette 

Nay Samuel, house 55 Layfayette 

Neal Benjamin, captain, house 55 Endicott 

Neal Benjamin B. mariner, h 54 Endicott 

Neal David A. president E. R. R. Corporation, h. 13 Wash. 

Neal John H. sexton, house rear 347 Essex 

Neal Jonathan, mason, house 12 Broad 

Neal Joseph, mason, house 19 Hathome 

Neal Louisa, boards 8 Winthrop 

Neal Mary Mrs. house 9 Cambridge 

Neal Theodore A. merchant (B.), boards Mansion House 

Neal William H. merchant, 150 Essex, house 169 do. 

Needham James, house 17 Mall 

Needham John, stone cutter, house 115i| O. B. Road 

Needham Sarah Mrs. house 7 Vine 

Needham Thomas, auctioneer, house 9 Liberty 

Nelson Alexander, farmer, house 41 North 

Nelson Charles, captain, boards 28 Federal 

Nelson Marques, mariner, house 4 Walnut 

Nelson Martna Ann, seamstress, house 23 Hardy 

Nelson Mary H. Mrs. nurse, house 23 Hardy 

Nelson Samuel F. shoe maker, house 21 Beckford 

Newby Christopher, miller, house 3 Ward 

Newby Nathan Mrs. house 3 Ward [26 Lafayette 

Newcomb Bryant & G. L. lead pipe factory, 18 Peabodv, house 

Newcomb Caleb (Goldsmith^ Newcomb^ & Fariesa), h. 2 Milk 

Newcomb Charles B. engineer, house 22 Salem 

Newcomb {David) & Holbrook (J.), oysters, 18 Derby square 

house at Wellfleet 
Newcomb George L. machinist, 18 Peabody, house 1 Cedar 
Newcomb James Alfred, machinist, house 26 Lafayette 
Newcomb John D. currier, house 59 Endicott 
Newell Joseph, sash, blind and door manuf. 7 Front, house 40 

Lafayette 



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Newell Thomas, at W. Pickering's, house Dodge's oonrt 

Newhall BeDJamin S. house 38 Cnorch 

Newhall David J. house 3 Hardy 

Newhall Frederick A. watch maker, 10 Derby sq. h. at Lynu 

Newhall Gilbert, 56 Washington, house 38 Church 

Newhall Gilbert G. gunpowder agency, 86 State st. (B.), house 

9 Pleasant 
Newhall John, farmer, house 144 North 
Newhall John F. printer (B ), house 67 Lafayette 
Newhall Joseph C. stone cutter, house 122 O. B. Boad 
Newhall Joseph M. shoe maker, house 5 Hardy 
Newhall Rebecca Mrs. house 39 St. Peter 
Newhall Sarah Mrs. house 5 Hardy 
Newhall S. Mary, house 48 Endicott 
Newhall Thomas, stone cutter, house 62 O. 6. Boad 
Newhall William, city crier and constable, house 10 Curtis 
Newhall Wm. H. mariner, house 6 Hardy 
Newman John, boards 10 Prince 
Newman Samuel, clerk, house 8 O. B. Road 
Newport Matthew, boarding, 134 Derby 
Newton John H. currier, 9 Franklin, h. 1 Breed 
Nichols Abigail A. house 16 School [34 Summer 

Nichols Charles S. secretary Salem M. F. I. Co. 42 Wash. h. 
Nichols Daniel F. tanner, rear 44 Boston, house 104 Federal 
Nichols David, tanner, Pope's ct. house 8 Proctor et. 
Nichols George, auctioneer, 42 Wash, house 10 Federal 
Nichols George, ir. tanner, Pope's ct. house 90 Federal 
Nichols George A, cooper, house 72 Essex 
Nichols Hervey, tanner, house 37 Boston 
Nichols Isaiah, merchant, 145 Essex, house 104 Boston 
Nichols James, jr. shoe maker, house 4 Orne 
Nichols James B. tanner, house 111 Boston 
Nichols J. Henrv, blacksmith, house 32 Union 
Nichols John, blacksmith, 45 Union, house 32 do. 
Nichols John, wheelwright, 29 North, house;i6 Canfbridge 
Nichols John H. auctioneer, 42 Wash, house 37 Chestnut 
Nichols John R. watchman R. R. depot, house 14 Webb 
Nichols Jonathan Mrs. house 104 Boston 
Nichols Jonathan, merchant, h. 104 Boston 
Nichols Jonathan, house 4 Boston 

Nichols Joseph S. tanner and currier, Prospect, h. 105 Boston 
Nichols Marv Mrs. house 68 Boston 
Nichols Nathan, clerk, house 364 Essex 
Nichols Samuel, tanner, Goodhue, house 82 Federal 
Nichols Samuel F. clerk, 151 Essex, house 82 Federal 
Nichols Sarah, widow, house 72 Essex 



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118 



Nichols {Stephen F.) & Pulsifer {Charles H.), painters, 51 

Boston, house 32 Union 
Nichols Thomas, currier, Ooodhue, house 3 Boston feral 

Nichols Thomas, jr. tanner and carrier, Prospect, h. 103 Fed- 
Nichols W. H. painter, h. 32 Union 
Nichols William, mariner, house 10 Northey 
Nichols William C. musician, boards 3 Pleasant 
Nichols William D. shoe maker, house 20 Carlton 
Nichols Wm. F. tanner, Prospect, house 111 Boston 
Nichols William H. cooper, Brookhouse's whf. h. 72 Essex 
Nick Charles S. D. boot maker, 36 Brown, house 2^ Iiemon 
Nick Richard, boot maker, house 20 Lemon 
Nickelson Mary C. Mrs. boarding, 1 Ward 
Niles Amos, house rear 37 Derby 
Nimblet Benjamin, tanner, house rear 93 Boston 
Nimblet Eliza, nurse, house 375 Essex 
Nimblet Sarah, house 375 Essex 
Noah George G. currier, house 103 Boston 
Noah John, wheelwright, h. rear 95 Boston 
Noah Samuel, wheelwright, 101 Boston, house 103 do. 
Noah Samuel, jr. tanner and currier, 34 Boston, house 93 do. 
Noble Joseph, inspector Custom House, house 92 Essex 
Noble Nathan, boarding house, 20 Norman 
Noble Richard S. Mrs. house 67 Essex 
Nolan Dennis, house 9 Herbert 
Nolan James, laborer, house Tucker's whf. 
Norcross Horatio N. carpenter, house 4 Woodbury's ct. 
Norcross James A. carpenter, at T. Knight's, h. 2d Ward 
Norcross Jesse S. carpenter, house 26 Ward 
Norcross Rosina C. dress maker, h. 26 Ward 
Norfolk Edward L. machinist, Naumkeag Steam Co.'s Yard, h 

114 Derby 
Norfolk John K. machinist, house 16 Dow 
Norfolk Joseph, sail maker, house 72 Derby 
Norfolk Josephjjr. mariner, house 72 Derby 
Norris Charles H. {Mudge & N.), house 59 Lafayette 
Norris E. A. dress maker and milliner, house 8 Church 
Norris James, laborer, house Odell square 
Norris Walter, carpenter, 27 Liberty, h. 14 High st. court 
Norsworthy Thomas, house 6 Rust 

Northend Charles, teacher Epes School, Abom, h. 1 Silsby 
Northend {WiUiam D.) & Choate (G. F,), counsellors, 24 1-2 

Wasnington, house 19 Beokford 
Northey Abij ah, merchant, house 1 Summer 
Northey Ezxa, house 395 Essex 
Northey William, house 395 Essex 



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Norwood Alexander, mariner, house 13 AUen 

Norwood Daniel, mariner, house 62 Harbor 

Nourse Aaron, clerk, 206 Essex, house 35 Andrew [North 

Nourse Ebenezer, fruit, confectionery, &c. 41 Wash. n. 135 

Nourse Samuel, shoe tool manufactory, house East Webb 

Nourse William, 41 Washington, house 135 North 

Nowell Moses, laborer, house 131 Boston 

Nowell Phoebe, nurse, house 1 Federal 

Nowlan William E. book keeper, 25 Wash, boards 247 Essex 

Noyes Enoch E. grocer, 6 Front, house 40 Lafayette 

Noyes Isaac S. clerk, 121 Essex, house 99 do. 

Noyes Joseph S. clerk, 6 Front, house 6 Pond 

Noyes Tappan W. stone cutter, house 34 Church 

Noyes Walter, carpenter, house 14 High street court 

Nugent William, laborer, house Daniel 

Nunnery John, laborer, house 27 Daniels 

Nutter Horace, trader, house 51 St. Peter 

Nutter John, shoe maker, house 41 North 

Nutting John, Danyers Express, 10 Arrington building 

Nutting Rachel, house 12 Beckford 

Nutting William G. captain, 76 Lafayette 

OAEES THOMAS (N, Holden ^ Co.^, house 33 Brown 

O'Beime James, shoe maker, house 10 Prince 

Ober Andrew, carpenter, house 8 Winthrop 

Ober Samuel, produce, 22 Derby square, house 21 Charter 

Ober Sarah, house 11 Ash 

O'Brien Dennis, laborer, house Tucker's wharf 

O'Brien John, laborer, house 29 North 

O'Conner James, pedler, house 30 Peabody 

O'Conner John, laborer, house 5 Vine 

O'Conner Thomas, laborer, house 9 Prince 

Odell Bei^. G. boots, shoes and groceries, 34 North, h. 28 do. 

Odell Dayid, shoe maker, house 18 Howard 

Odell Eliza Mrs. house 63 Essex 

Odell Henry W. 201 Essex, house 12 Odell square 

Odell James Mrs. house 12 Odell square 

Odell James A. 23 Front, house 12 Odell square 

Odell Thomas F. ticket master Essex R. R. house 28 North 

Odlin Elisha, ^ocer, 98 Derby, house 37 Essex 

Odlin Mary, widow, house 1 Turner 

O'Donell Daniel, laborer, 185 Essex, house 18 Water 

O'Donald James, laborer, house 48 Water 

O'Donnell Andrew P. house 59 Harbor 

O'Donnell James, clerk, 20 Front, house 7 Ward 



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Ogden Benjamin, miller, house 11 Park 

O'Hare Stephen, house 6 County 

O'Keefe Maria Mrs. house 30 Union 

Oldson Francis, mariner, house 13 Curtis 

Oldson Joseph, restouitor, 5 Washington, house 18 Cambridge 

O'Leary John, currier, house 68 Mason 

O'Leary John, laborer, house Northey 

0*Leary Timothy, currier, house 68 Mason 

Oliver Frederick, engineer, house 7 May 

Oliver Henry, laborer, house 7 Herbert 

Oliver Sarah S. house 36 Broad 

Oliver William W. house 36 Broad 

O'Neal James, laborer, house rear 27 St. Peter 

O'Neil Daniel, horse sheer, boards 75 North 

Orne Albert A. mariner, house 24 Northey 

Ome Annis Mrs. house 24 Northey 

Orne Sarah F. Mrs. house 318 Essex 

Osborn Aaron, carpenter, 14 Winter, house do. 

Osborn Albert C. carpenter, boards at A. A. Whiting's 

Osborn Benjamin C. tanner, Abom, house 1 O. B. Koad 

Osborn Douglass, farmer, house 25 O. B. Road 

Osborn Jonathan, sail maker, house 21 Pickman 

Osborn — Mrs. house 17 Turner 

Osborn Richard S. tanner, Aborn, house 17 Boston 

Osborn William A. tanner, house 10 May 

Osborne Aaron, ticket clerk E. R. R. house 38 South 

Osborne Daniel A. clerk, 198 Essex, boards 1 Sewall 

Osborne Ezra, constable, house 38 South 

Osborne Henry, hatter, 183 Essex, house 17 Mason 

Osborne Henry, tanner, boards 5 May 

Osborne Horace, currier, rear May, house 5 May 

Osborne Joseph H. currier, 30 Boston, house 5 May 

Osborne Mary Mrs.'faou8e24 Mechanic 

Osborne Stephen H. 183 Essex, house 17 Oliver [Oliver 

Osborne Stephen, hat, cap and fur store, 183 Essex, house 17 

Osgood Asa, brakeman, house 4 Mason 

Osgood Carlton, laborer, house Becket avenue 

Osgood Charles, artist, 7 Central, house 8 do. 

Osgood Elizabeth, house 17 Norman 

Osgood Elizabeth C. Mrs. house 314 Essex 

Osgood John B. merchant, house 45 Lafayette | 

Osgood John C. merchant. 63 Union, house 45 Lafayette ' 

Osgood John F. house 314 Essex 

Osgood Joseph, captain, house 97 Federal 

Osgood Joseph B. F. counsellor, 235 Essex, house 314 do. 

Osgood Lydia B. Mrs. house 13 Vine 



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Osgood Mary, house Osgood's Farm, 126 Lafayette 
Osgood Natnaniel Mrs. house 401 Essex 
Osgood Nathaniel W. tanner, Goodhue, house 97 Federal 
Osgood Nathaniel W. jr. tanner, Ooodhue, house 404 Essex 
Osgood Samuel B. yictualler, 20 Derby square, h. 24 Lafayette 
Osgood Sidney, harness maker. West place, bds. 12 Northev 
Osgood Susan W. house 17 Norman [12 Northey 

Osgood Thaddeus, saddler and harness maker, West place, h. 
Osgood William H. mariner, house 314 Essex 
Osier Lemuel Rev. house 11 Elm 

Ottignon Firmin, umbrella maker, house 63 Wash. cor. Lynde 
Owen Sarah Mrs. house 20 Church 

PAGE ELIZA, house 9 Dean 

Page Elizabeth, Mrs. house 89 Estfex 

Page Elizabeth, house 22 Washington 

Page Jeremiah, captain, house 64 Federal 

Pa^e Sarah L. Mrs. house 84 Derby 

Paige John S. oysters, 20 Derby 8(}. house 9 Higginson sq. 

Paine John L. laborer, house 4 Wmter [Liberty 

Paine Joseph A. bonnets and dry goods, 153 Essex, house 11 

Palfray Charles W. {Chapman 4r P.), house 47 Federal 

Palfray Edward, clerk, 9 Derby square, boards 10 Marlboro' 

Palfray Elizabeth Miss, house 10 Briggs 

Palfray Elizabeth Mrs. house 47 Federal / 

Palmer Charles, carpenter, 7 Beckford, house 10 Oak 

Palmer Charles & Co. {T. Palmer)^ boots, shoes and rubbers, 

216 Essex, house 48 Endicott 
Palmer Enoch Mrs. house 7 Jeffrey court 
Palmer Margaret, boards 61 Harbor 
Palmer Richard, laborer, house Phelps court 
Palmer Theron {Charles Palmer Bi Co.), house 9 Buffum 
Palmer William K., Phoenix Hall clothing store. Central, comer 

Lafayette, house 18 Ward 
Palmer William W. dry goods, 177 Essex, boards 6 Barton sq. 
Pardey Charles, wheelwright, 103 Federal, house 488 Essex 
Parker Charles, house 18 Pickman 
Parker Eben, cabinet maker, house 4 Curtis 
Parker Emeline A. teacher Higginson School, house 2 Ash 
Parker George A. captain, house 18 Pickman 
Teosker Harriet M. Mrs. house 2 Ash 
Parxer Isaac, machinist, house 13 Charter 
Parker John B. clerk E. R. R. house 2 Ash 
Parker John B. shoe maker, house 10 Lynde 
Parker John H. turner, City Mills 
Parker William B. captain, house 18 Pickman 



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Parker William B. Mrs. house 18 Pickman 

Pamell Margaret A. Mrs. house Pratt, comer Endicott 

Pamell Mary B. Mrs. house 20 High 

Parshley Camn H. farmer, house 83 Lafayette 

Parshley Charles, wood, &c. N. S. Co.'s wharf, house 22 Ward 

Parshley David, currier, house North Pine 

Parshly Nathaniel H. shoe maker, 18 Lafayette, h. 14 Peabody 

Parsons Catharine Mrs. dress maker, house 4 Walnut 

Parsons Cyrus, carpenter, house 4 Walnut 

Parsons Frederic, blacksmith, house 19 Northey 

Parsons George W. printer. Observer office, h. 21 Lafayette 

Parsons John, tanner, house 6 Oak 

Parsons John H. musician, boards 61 St. Peter 

Parsons John J. Mrs. house 14 Norman 

Parsons Jonathan, rope maker, house 10 March 

Parsons Lewis K. carpenter, boards 51 St. Peter 

Parsons Mrs. house lo English 

Parsons Oliver Mrs. house 27 Summer 

Patch Ira H. wheelwright, 7 Sewall, house do. 

Patch Mary C. house 7 Sewall [Crombie 

Patten John B. electropathic and botanic physician, h. 10 

Patterson Nancy, widow, house 32 St. Peter 

Payne Samuel, grocer, 12 Mill, house 59 Summer [Winter 

Payson Edward H. cashier Commercial Bank, 7 Central, h. 17 

Payson Joanna Mrs. house 12 East 

Peabody Alfred, house 14 Lynde 

Peabody Allen, boot maker, house 22 Mechanic 

Peabody Brackley R. captain, house dQl 1-2 Essex 

Peabody Charles A. carpenter, house 14 Upham 

Peabody Christiana Mrs. house 18 Northey [Prescott 

Peabody David B. manufac. rubber boots, 24 Winthrop, h. 12 

Peabody Edward Augustus, painter, boards 30 Lafayette 

Peabody Elbridge, shoe maker, 197 Essex, house 39 High 

Peabody Ezra, laborer, house 18 Northey 

Peabody Francis, house 136 Essex 

Peabody Oeorge, merchant, 11 Water, house 7 Brown 

Peabody Oeorge L. clerk, 206 Essex, house 891 1-2 do. 

Peabody Georp[e W. cabinet maker, house 2 Ash 

Peabody Hamet £. tailoress, house 2 Ash 

Peabody Harriet R. Mrs. music teacher, house 37 North 

Peabody James M. carpenter, 38 North, house 37 do. 

Peabody Joseph, house 136 Essex 

Peabody Jeremiah F. farmer, house 37 O. B. Road 

Peabody Joseph F. teamster, house 64 O. B. Road 

Peabody Joseph Mrs. house 134 Essex 

Peabody Lucy Ann, teacher Pickering School, h. 14 TJpham 



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Peabody Oliver, carpenter, house 16 Flint 

Feabody Oliver, blacksmith, house 7 County 

Peabody Sally Mrs. nurse, house 2 Ash [3 Warren 

Peabody Samuel E. {Curtis & Pea&ody), merchant (B.)i house 

Peabody William, shoe maker, house o English 

Peach Augustus L. rope maker, house 13 Briggs 

Peach Benjamin W. laborer, house 27 Harbor 

Peach Franklin, shoe maker, house'Leach 

Peach William, fish dealer, house Leach 

Pearson David, house 13 Becket 

Pearson David, jr. painter, 16 Lafayette, house 13 Becket 

Pearson Oeorge H. blacksmith, house 6 Short 

Pearson Mary Mrs. house 13 Becket 

Pease Benjamin, shoe maker, house 13 L3mn 

Pease Geo. VV. (Wm. Ivea & Co.), house 16 Marlboro' 

Pease Letitia Mrs. house 15 Marlboro' 

Pease Mary, widow, house 11 High 

Pease (Richard) & Price (Charles), bakers, 13 High, h. 11 do. 

Pease Samuel W. tin-plate worker, 128 Derby, h. 12 Howard 

Peckham Joshua, restorator, 187 Essex, house 20 Walnut 

Peele J. Willard, merchant, Phillips' whf. house 12 Chestnut 

Peele Robert, hardware, 282 Essex, house 14 Federal 

Peele William Mrs. house 77 Bridge 

Peirce Andrew, gas fitter, 25 Wash, boards 247 Essex 

Peirce Anstiss Mrs. house 10 Summer 

Peirce Caleb, mat manufacturer, house 78 Federal 

Peirce Charles, boards 60 Harbor 

Peirce Oeorge C. mat maker, house 18 Abom 

Peirce Henry, house 34 Summer 

Peirce Jonathan, 225 Essex, house 10 Summer 

Peirce Joshua, boards 56 Harbor 

Peirce Mark, farmer, house 14 School [do. 

Peirce Nathan, proprietor City News Boom, 165 Essex h. 139 

Peirce Nehemiah R. house 56 Harbor 

Peirce William P. house 15 Chestnut 

Peirson Abel L. physican, house 9 Barton square 

Peirson A L. jr. weigher and ganger (B.), house 17 Abom 

Peirson Edward B. physician, nouse 11 Barton square 

Peirson Oeorge H. blacksmith, 1 Endicott, c. Mul, h. 6 Short 

Peko John, mariner, house 15 South 

Pendar Edward, currier, house 86 Boston 

Pendar Simon, livery stable, 60 Wash, house 4 Ward 

Pendergast James, tanner, house 4 River 

Pendergast Michael, currier, 387 Essex 

Pendergrass Thomas, laborer, house 24 Peabody 

Pennell Mary Mrs. house 7 Cross 



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Pepper Dinah, house 11 Upham 

Pepper Eliza Mrs. house 1 JBnglish 

Pepper John W. confectioner, house 44 Buffum 

Perkins {Aaron) & Brown ( Wm. £.)• clothing and furnishing 

store, 1 Neptune and 36 Union, house 10 Elm 
Perkins Augustine S. captain, house 2 Pleasant st. avenue 
Perkins Benj. C. counsellor, 175<| Essex, house 33 Summer 
Perkins Benjamin M. cutter, 267 Essex, house 17 Andrew 
Perkins Daniel, house U Williams 
Perkins Daniel, jr. (Bates & P.), house 15 Church 
Perkins David, house 18 Lynde 
Perkins Edward B. carpenter, 11 Cherry, house 9 do. 
Perkins Elizabeth Mrs. house 24 South 
Perkins Emery J. clerk, house 1 Milk 
Perkins Geo. A. physician, house 129 Essex 
Perkins Henry, cigar maker, boards 1 Sewall 
Perkins Henry A. carpenter, house 30 Hathome 
Perkins Henry W. captain, house 21 Hardy 
Perkins Isaac, carpenter, house 12 South 
Perkins James, blacksmith, house 7 Daniels 
Perkins Jeremiah S. sup't burials, City Hall, h. 17 Andrew 
Perkins Jeremiah S. jr. tailor, house 17 Andrew 
Perkins John, housewright, house 18 Winthrop 
Perkins John W. Rev. house 13 Pickman 
Perkins Jonathan C. judge C. C. P. house 1 Lynda 
Perkins Jonathan W. captain, house 14 Saunders 
Perkins Joseph, pilot, house 14 English 
Perkins Joseph, boards 58 Harbor 
I Perkins Joseph, mariner, house 13 Williams 
Perkins Joseph W. house 52 Federal 
Perkins Nathaniel B. clerk. Exchange Bank, h. 5 Oliver 
Perkins Rebecca D. Mrs. house 23 Dearborn 
Perkins Thomas, merchant, house 52 Federal 
Perkins Thomas, jr. mariner, house 7 Barton square 
Perkins Thomas a. constable, house 3 North court 
Perkins William, house 92 O. 6. Road 
Perkins William A. house 21 Pickman 
Perkins (WtlUam E.) & Woodbury {Ezra), carpenters, 14 

Forrester, house 11 Northey 
Perley Belinda Mrs. house 8 East 
Perley Jacob, morrocco dresser (D.), house 137 Boston 
Perley John, boots, shoes and rubbers, 252 Essex, h. 254 do. 
Perley Jonathan, assessor and clerk. City Hall, h. 74 Federal 
Perley Jonathan, jr. & Co. (J, Carter), book binders and 

book sellers, 189 & 191 Essex, house 33 Brown 
Perley Lucy A. milliner, 271 Essex, house 74 Federal 



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Perry Albert H. gunsmith, house 45 Derby 

Perry Augusta, dress maker, house 45 Derby 

Perry Augustus, merchant, house 1 Warren 

Perry Benjamin, h. 11 Norman 

Perry Francis L. blacksmith, Phillips* whf. h. 33 Derby 

Perry Henry W. shoe maker, 88 North, h. 18i| Buffum 

Perry Horatio Mrs. house 45 Derby 

Perry Horatio B. gunsmith, Blaney, house 21 Carlton 

Perry Ittai Mrs. house 21 Carlton 

Perry Ittai, pilot, house 22 Derby 

Perry Wm. mariner, house 108 Derby 

Pert Hannah, house Prospect 

Peters Hannah Mrs. house 418 Essex 

Peters Mary O. milliner, boards 6 County 

Peterson John, mariner, house 38 Derby 

Peterson Joseph, police officer, house 31 Forrester 

Peterson Thomas S. mariner, house 10 Creek 

Pettigrew Henry F. 374 Essex 

Pettigrew Oliver, shoe maker, house 89 Essex 

Pettingill Charles H. house 3 Church 

Pettingill Eliza E. house 24 Mill 

Pew George W. sawyer. City Mills, house 26 Lafayette 

Phelps Charles, sash and blind maker, 12 Federal, h. 1 County 

Phelps Harriet, dress maker, house 36 Norman 

Phelps Israel B. (W, Phelps & Sons), house 6 Breed 

Phelps John P. (W. Phelps & Sons), house 6 Breed 

Phelps Wm. & Sons (Wm,jr„ John P. * Israel R.)^ sash and 

blind makers, 12 Federal, house 1 County 
Phelps Wniiam, jr. {W, Phelps tg Sons, house 17 River [Mall 
Philbrook John I), fruit and confectionery, 140 Essex, boards 
Phillips Edward B. tailor, 211 Essex, house 9 Salem 
Phillips Elizabeth Mrs. house 17 Chestnut 
Phillips Ellen, boards 64 Harbor 
Phillips Erasmus D. R. oysters, 8 Wash, house Pratt 
Phillips Esther W. tailoress, house 24 Mill 
Phillips George, rigger, 9 Peirce's whf. house 89 Essex 
Phillips John, shoe maker, house 64 North 
Phillips John, mariner, house 20 Oliver 
Phillips Lemuel, shipwright, house 19 Turner 
PhilUps {Stephen C), Goodhue (IVm, P.), & Bowker (D. R.), 

merchants, Phillips' wharf, h. 29 Cnestnut 
Phillips Stephen H. counsellor, 150 Essex, house 29 Chestnut 
PhiUips Willard P. (PhiUips, Goodhue ^ Bowker), house 33 

Chestnut 
Phippen Abraham, laborer, house 5 Laboratory 
Phippen Abraham W. laborer, house 27 St. Peter 



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Phippen Benjamin, cooper, house 25 Hardy 

Phippen Benjamin C. baker, house Odell square 

Phippen Edward A. laborer, house 34 Marlboro' 

Phippen Oeorge D. book keeper Salem Bank, h. 92 Bridge 

Phippen Harchr, Custom House, house 38 Pleasant 

Phippen Israel, captain, house 79 Bridge 

Phippen J. Hardy, book keeper Mercantile Bank, h. 94 Bridge 

Phippen Joseph H. shoe maker, house 14 Hathome 

Phippen Joshua, clerk, 61 Union, house 330 Essex 

Phippen Lydia A. Mrs. house Odell square 

Phippen Nathaniel, cooper, house 25 Hardy 

Phippen Niles T. laborer, house 6 Laboratory 

Phipps George W. shoe maker, house 12 Norman 

Phipps Harriet, widow, house rear 20 South 

Phipps John A. mariner, house 25 Becket 

Phipps Joseph Mrs. house 56 Broad 

Phipps Joseph, currier, house 59 Endicott 

Phipps Samuel, jr. shoe maker, house 4 Mason 

Pickering Benj. F. shoe maker, house 25 Summer [House 

Pickering Daniel L. supt. South Reading R. R. bds. Essex 

Pickering {Jackson H.) & Holden {Seth,), proyisions, South 

Market, 37 Lafayette, h. 35 Lafayette 
Pickering James, teamster, 42 Water, h. Prescott, n. Summer 
Pickering John, house 18 Broad 
Pickering John, jr. clerk, 153 Essex, house 28 Federal 
Pickering William, wood and coal, 29 Peabody, h. 27 Harbor 
Pickman Sophia Mrs. house 314j| Essex 
Pickman William, house 328 Essex 
Pickman William D. merchant, 150 Essex, h. 27 Chestnut 
Pierce Samuel B. (Wm. H. Chapman S^ Co.), house 10 Summer 
Pike William B. weigher and ganger, house 8 Broad 
Pillsbury Lucy Mrs. house N. Pine 
Pillsbury Lucy Ann. dress maker, house North Pine 
Pillsbury Samuel, clerk, 215 Essex, boards 24 Lynde 
Pinel Philip P. captain, house 14 Marlboro' 
Pingree David, merchant, 172 Essex, house 128 do. 
Pingree Rufus, clerk, boards 20 Norman 
Pingree Thomas P. merchant, 61 Union, house 6 Brown 
Pinkham Isaac, stage driver, house 28 WilUams 
Pinkham Charles H. apothecary, 288 Essex, h. 77 Summer 
Pitman Benjamin, book keeper Asiatic Bank, h. 11 Andover 
Pitman Harriet Mrs. nurse, nouse 14 Norman 
Pitman Henry C. mariner, house 94 Federal 
Pitman John C. currier, 5 Pope's ct. house 12 Boston 
Pitman John H. currier, house 12 Boston 
Pitman Joshua, expressman, house 18 River 

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122 BAUIM (PI DISBOVJBT. 

Pitman Mark, cabiaet maker, 324 Esaex, house 327 do. 

Pitman Michael Mrs. house 94 Federal 

Pitman Nathaniel, currier, 24 Boston, house 418 Essex 

Pitman Samuel, currier, Ooodhue, house 4 Boston 

Pitman Samuel, jr. currier, house 4 Boston 

Pitman William, tanner, house 11 Oreen 

Pitman William H. painter, house 20 Norman 

Pitman William R. mariner, house 94 Federal 

Pitts Darling, teamster, 6 Front, house 14 Winthrop 

Pitts Henry Mrs. house Salem 

Pitts Nathaniel, teamster, house 14 South 

Pitts Otis, teamster, 14 Front, house 25 Winthrop 

Pitts Thomas, mason, house 9 Hardy 

Plander John G. proyistons, 116 Derby, hoose 16 Curtis 

Plummer Albert, shoe maker, 142 Essex, house 21 Northey 

Plummer Caroline, house 372 Essex 

Plummer Frederick P. stone mason, boards 29 Harbor 

Plummer Joshua, carpenter, boards 89 Mason 

Plummer Moses, blacksmith, house 21 Northey 

Plummer Moses J. boots & shoes, 116 Essex, h. 21 Northey 

Plummer Rhoda Mrs. TarietY store, North, corner Essex 

Plummer William, tanner, 12 Franklin, house 101 North 

Plummer Ziba H. boots and shoes, 142 Essex, house Pratt, c, 

Endicott 
Pollack James, laborer, house 21 High 
Pollack Samuel, laborer, house 21 Hish 
Pollack Thomas, laborer, house 21 High 
Pollard Sarah A. dress maker, 3 Liberty, house 4 County 
Pollock J. M. harness maker, boards 269 Essex 
Pomeroy Arad, blacksmith, kopes, house 14 Salem 
Pond James S. house 7 Prince 
Pond Joseph P. house 388 Essex 
Pool Lucy A. Mrs. dress maker, house 8 Lynde 
Pool Mary Mrs. house 1 Holly 
Pool Nathan, captain, house 1 HoUy 
Poor James, currier, boards 22A Boston 
Poor James, currier, house 23 Bufium 
Poor William, tanner, Gtoodhue, house at Danvers 
Pope Eleazer, tanner, rear 37 Boston, house 98 do. 
Pope George, mariner, house 6 High st. cL 
Pope Henry E. tanner, rear 37 Boston, house 98 do. 
Pope James, tanner, house 14 High 
Pope Lot, tanner, house 12 Pope's court 
Pope Lucretia Mrs. house 20 Boston 
Pope Mary, house 7 Dean 
Pope Mercy W. Mrs. house 15 South 



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Pope Misses, house 22 Marlboro' 

Pope Rebecca Mrs. house 6 Hieh st. court 

Pope Stephen, tanner, house 98 Boston 

Pope William A. tanner, house 98 Boston 

Porter Ann B. tailoress, house 6 Ash 

Porter Benj. P. tanner and currier, 13 Franklin, h. Turnpike 

Porter Elisha, carpenter, house 6 Ash 

Porter Frederic, clerk, 110 Derby, boards 3 Pleasant 

Porter John D. shipwright, house 61 St. Peter 

Porter Joseph O. seamen's chest maker, 15 Herbert, h. 7 do. 

Porter William, publisher Essex County Freeman, 1 Market 

ct. house 392 Essex 
Porter (Wm. R.) & Frye {F. A.), tanners, 48 Boston, h. 90 do. 
Potter Daniel, blacksmith, West place, house 343 Essex 
Potter Dolly Ann, dress maker, house 343 Essex 
Potter Francis A. mariner, house 8 Hardy 
Potter James Mrs. house 19 Brown 
Potter James F. carpenter, house 343 Essex 
Potter Jesse F. mariner, house 30 Williams 
Potter John Henry, boards 77 Bridge 
Potter Joseph, 10 Arrington building, house 248 Essex 
Potter Mary A. house 30 Williams 

Potter Sarah C. fancy goods and hair work, 248 Essex, house do. 
Potter William 0. mariner, house 9 Becket 
Potlle James, clerk, 17 St. Peter, boards 16 do. 
Pottle Maria, tailoress, boards 19 St. Peter 
Pousland Abigail Mrs. house 13 Ward 
Pousland Edward, captain, house 8 Dearborn 
Pousland Eliza Mrs. house 20 South 
Pousland George W. captain, house 88 Lafayette 
Pousland George A. painter, house 39 Summer 
Pousland Joseph, mariner, house 57 Harbor 
Pousland Thomas D. tobacconist, 23 Ward, house do. 
Pousland William, captain, house 99 Lafayette 
Powell Nathaniel, mariner, house 10 Peabody 
Poweri Eliza Mrs. house 22 Derby 
Powers Edward, currier, house 115 Boston 
Powers Edward, currier, house 6 Neptune 
Powers James, laborer, house 26 BecKford 
Powers Morris, laborer, house 130 North 
Pratt Caleb, tanner and currier, house 12 Oak 
Pratt Cotton L. captain, house 25 Daniels 
Pratt Elisha, currier, Frye, house Prospect • 
Pratt Henry J. druggist, 141 Essex, house 4 Liberty 
Pratt John, house 60 Lafayette 
Pratt Lawson, painter, house 5 Gedney court 



124 8A.LEH (P] DWBCTO&T. 

Pratt Leonard, baker, 29 Browa, house 81 do. 

Pratt Raphael W. blacking maker, house 17 Winthrop 

Pratt Relief Mrs. house* 3 Dow *• 

Pratt Samuel, farmer, house rear 130 Lafayette 

Pratt Stafford J. (Dill ^ P.), boards 13 Hardy 

Pratt William, toll gatherer, house Salem turnpike 

Pray Isaac C. house Leach 

Pray Reuel, farmer, house 89 Lafayette 

Prcscott David, stone mason, house 4 Aborn 

Prescott William Y. restorator, Wash, corner Norman, h. do. 

Pressey Jerusha, house 8 Beckford 

Preston John, baker, 54 Summer, house 53 do. 

Preston John, jr. baker, 54 Summer, house 1 Mt. Yernon 

Preston Jonathan, tin-plate worker, house 63 Summer 

Preston Jonathan, tin-plate worker, 12 Central, h. 55 Summer 

Preston Jonathan, jr. 12 Central, house 60 Summer 

Preston Joseph Mrs. house 67 Essex 

Preston Richard, rope maker, house Osgood 

Preston Sarah, house 53 Summer 

Preston & Co. (S. Preston, M. Gliddeth J. Dennen, N. Abbott), 

dealers in fish, Phillips* whf. S. P.'s house at Danyers 
Price Augustus E. (Foster ^ P.), house 15 Crombie 
Price Charles (Pease ^ P.), house 11 High 
Price Charles H. (Browne ^ P.), h. 15 Crombie [15 Crombie 
Price Ebenezer N. trunk and harness maker, 237 Essex, house 
Price Elizabeth Mrs. house 131 Boston 
Price (}eorge, laborer, house 131 Boston 
Price John, house 9 Norman 
Price Mary B. Mrs. house 10 Hathorne 
Price Mary E. teacher, 4 Prescott, house 10 Hathorne 
Price William, rope maker, house Pratt, corner Endicott "^ 
Price William, shoe maker, house 131 Boston 
Prime David N. carpenter, house Barr 
Prime James M. grocer, 115 North, house 113J do. 
Prime Lemuel, house 1 Mt. Vernon 
Prime Samuel L. shoe maker, house 43 North 
Prime (Thomas H.), Kenny (J. A.), & Co. (J, ^ T, S. Jewett), 
dealers in hard wood and grain, City Mills, house Margin 
Prince Elizabeth, Mrs. house 16 Pickman 
Prince George, shoe maker, house 25 Becket 
Prince John, baker, house 27 Williams 
Prince John, jr. mariner, house 27 Williams 
Prince John Mrs. house 40 Federal 
Prince Thomas, house 21 Lafayette 

Prince William H. physician, 224 Essex, house 40 Federal 
Proctor Benjamin, house 18 Derby 



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125 



Proctor Eliza M. Mrs. house 404 Essex 
Proctor Lydia Mrs. house 8 Proctor court 
Proctor Nicholas, rigger, house 21 Cedar 
Proctor William, shoe maker, house 21 Cedar 
Proctor William H. teamster, house Dodge's court 
Proudlove William, house 13 Prince 
Pulsifer Charles H. {NichoUi^ P.)^ house 52 Lafayette 
Pulsifer David, house 9 County 

Pulsifer D. & J. {David, jr. Sg Joseph), painted carpet ware 
house,14 North, and painters 25 Front, D.'sh. 20 Lynde 
Pulsifer Ebenezer, carpenter, house 23 Oliver 
Pulsifer Eben, jr. carpet painter, house rear 9 Lemon 
Pulsifer Joseph (D. ^ J. Pulsifer), house 52 Lafayette 
Pulsifer Lydia P. Mrs. house 22 North 

Pulsifer Nathaniel, painter and carpet manuf. 9 Spring, h. do. 
Punchard Jesse S. painter, house 15 Winthrop 
Punchard John, house 46 Federal [do. 

Punchard Jonathan P. manuf. rubber boots, 24 Winthrop, h. 
Purbeck Aaron, grocer, 13 Church, house 10 do. 
Purbeck William, captain, house rear 10 Church 
Purbeck William A. merchant tailor, 267 Essex, h. 12 Buffum 
Putnam Allen, surveyor of the customs, house 7 Warren 
Putnam Amos P. carpenter, rear 50 Boston, house 1 Oak 
Putnam Caroline E. hair work manuf. 175A Essex 
Putnam Charles A. engineer, house 99 Federal 
Putnam Charles F. horticulturist, house Ome 
Putnam David, president Mercantile Bank, house 242 Essex 
Putnam Eben, house 99 Federal 

Putnam Edward, merchant, Derby whf. house 98 Essex 
Putnam Elizabeth Mrs. house 24 Norman fCrombie 

Putnam Francis, book and music dealer, 186^ Essex, nouse 12 
Putnam George, druggist, 275 Essex, house 6 Howard 
Putnam George, hair dresser (B.), house 9 Oak 
Putnam Hannah P. millinery, 168 Essex, house 166 do. 
Putnam Israel, house 17 South 

Putnam Jacob, tanner and currier, 63 Boston, house 94 do. 
Putnam James S. tanner, house 94 Boston 
Putnam Jefferson, last turner, house Sutton 
Putnam John F. captain, house 75 Bridge 
Putnam John H. mariner, house 9 Pond 
Putnam John P. 121 Derby, house 13 Walnut 
Putnam Joseph, brick manuf. 10 Franklin, house 24 Brown 
Putnam Joseph H. hair dresser, 175 1-2 Essex, h. 9. Oak 
Putnam Lewis & Co. (Luke Putnam), North River House, 51 
Putnam Lucy L. 174 Essex [Forrester 

Putnam Mary Mrs. house 50 Broad 



126 gALEM [Q] DIKECTORT. 

Putnam Mary Ann, teacher, house 24 Norman 

Putnam Natnan, wood wharf, 60 Water, house 2 Winthrop 

Putnam Perley, Custom House, house 10 Andrew 

Putnam Perley Z. M. P. Mrs. house 21 Andrew 

Putnam Rufus, teacher, house 66 Lafayette 

Putnam Ward, stone cutter, house 63 Old Boston Road 

Putnam William 6. clerk, 42 Washington, house Ome 

QUARLES SAMUEL, merchant, 16 Neptune, h. 4 Church 

Quimby Ann Maria, music teacher, house 18 Marlboro* 

Quimby E. Hervey, clerk, 288 Essex, house 18 Marlboro' 

Quimby Elisha, physician, house 18 Marlboro' 

Quimby Moses^ boards 77 Bridge 

Quinn Charles, laborer, house 46 Harbor 

Quinn James, laborer, house 8 Essex 

Quinn Patrick, cuirier, house 82 Mason 

Quinn Patrick, laborer, house 20 Water 

Quinn Thomas, tailor, 19 Yine, house 29 Neptune 

RADFORD BENJAMIN F. shoe maker, house 26 Winthrop 

Radford Charles F. shoe maker, 11 Ward, h. 10 Peabody 

Radford John, shoe maker, house 66 Endicott 

Radford Martha Mrs. house 13 Pond 

RaffertyWilliam, gafdener, house 379 Essex 

Ragan William, laborer, house 1 High sireet court 

Ramsdell Alonzo, shoe maker, house 8 Hardy 

Ramsdell George, sawyer, City Mills, house 29 Mill 

Ramsdell William, shoe maker, house Leach 

Ramsdell William, sawyer. City Mills, house 32 South 

Rand Augustus C. teamster, boards 6 Peabody 

Rand Charles, teamster, house 56 Lafayette 

Rand George H. shoe maker, boards 10 South 

Randall Samuel, carpenter, house 18 Buffum 

RaTel Eliza J. widow, house 10 Ward 

Raymond Alfred A. blacksmith, house 23 BulSum 

Raymond Charles, mariner, house 8 Creek 

Raymond John, shoe maker, house 13 Winter 

Raymond Martha, house 6 Rust 

Rayner Warren G. merchant (B.), house 106 Bridge 

Rea Edward, house 16 Lemon 

Rea Edward H. tailor, 10 Front, house 16 Lemon 

Rea James, laborer, house 6 Carlton 

Rea Samuel G. merchant, house 46 Washington 

Rea Sarah Mrs. house 46 Washington 

Read Benjamin, hair dresser, house 8 Cherry 

Read George F. teacher, house 30 Buffum 



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Read Henry J. shoe maker, house rear 8 Cherry 

Read Henry L. carpenter, house 23 Green [15 Federal 

Read John, butter, cheese and fruit, 7 & U Market House, h. 

Read John F. 7 Market House, house 2 Bath 

Read Nathaniel, constable, house 20 Federal 

Read Samuel, carpenter, house 3 Cambridge 

Read Sarah Mrs. nouse I Daniels 

Read Warren A. 7 Market House, house 15 Federal 

Real Frederic £. laborer, house 83 Derby 

Reardon John, laborer, house 7 Endicott 

Reaves Abigail, house 70 North 

Reaves George, house 70 North 

Reaves Robert, rope maker, house 37 Pleasant 

Reaves William, rope maker, house 12 Becket 

Redding Elizabeth Mrs. nurse, house 24 Mechanic 

Reddish Charles, gas fitter, 25 Washington, h. 13 Saunders 

Redmond Edward, currier, house 80 Mason 

Redmond John, currier, house 79 Mason 

Redmond Moses, shipwright, house 6 Peabody 

Reed Clark, harness maker, house 4 Woodbury's court 

Reed Eliza A. tailoress, house 4 Woodbury's court 

Reed John B. currier, house North Pine 

Reed Joseph, laborer, house 11 Endicott 

Reed Lydia, house 358 Essex 

Reed Mary Mrs. house 13 Green 

Reed Thomas L. shoe cutter, house 13 Green 

Reed William, porter, house 48 Buffum 

Reeves John, cooper, house 38 Cedar 

Reith Esther, house 131 Boston 

Reith Hannah Mrs. house rear 68 Washington 

Remond Charles L. house 5 Hi^ginson square 

Remond John, wines and cordials, 16 Derby square, house 5 

Higginson square 
Remond John L. house 58 Broad 
Remond fM. J.)& Babcock (C), hair work, 18 Washington, 

house 5 Higginson square 
Restell Elizabeth, house 13 Briggs 
Restell John, cigar maker, house 57 Broad 
Restell John, jr. mariner, house 9 Williams 
Restell Thomas, cigar maker, house 9 Williams 
Reynolds George P. shoe maker, 12 Forrester 
Reynolds John, harness maker, boards 12 Ash 
Reynolds John P. mason, house 13 Northey 
Reynolds Moses. C. {Sanger ^ iZ.), house 65 Essex 
Reynolds Thomas, tanner, house 88 Federal 
Rhoades Joseph, boards 10 Prince 



128 8A.LEM [RJ DXBBGTOBT. 



Rhodes Amos H. engineer, house 2 Dow 

Rhodes Crispus, shoe store, 46 Derby, house 15 Hardy 

Rhodes John F. Mrs. house 6 Curtis 

Rhodes John W. painter, 15 1-2 Central, house 30 Andrew 

Rial John F. rigger, house 4 Herbert 

Rice Henry, sail maker, house 17 Carlton 

Richards George S. (Laakey ^ il.), house 4 Mill 

Richards Henry, mariner, house l8 Carlton 

Richards Lewis D. shoe maker, house 6 River 

Richards Lydia Mrs. house 25 High 

Richards l^ary Mrs. house 15 River 

Richards William F. telegraphic operator, 22 1-2 Washington, 

boards Essex House 
Richardson Charles, house 2 North Pine 
Richardson Charles M. (Adams ^ R.), house 31 Broad 
Richardson Elizabeth Mrs. house 7 Creek 
Richardson Ellen, house 11 Prince 
Richardson Henry Mrs. house 124 O. B. Road 
Richardson James, shoemaker, house 120 O. B. Road 
Richardson James, currier, boards 409 Essex [2 River 

Richardson Jeremiah, boots, shoes and rubbers, 213 Essex, h. 
Richardson Lydia, tailoress, house 27 Norman 
Richardson Lydia Ann Mrs. nurse, house 2 Forrester 
Richardson Maria, boards 12 Harbor 
Richardson Parker, inspector of beef, house 8 0. B. Road 
Richardson Rosina C. dress maker, house 10 River 
Richardson S. Pearce, clerk, 223 Essex, h. 65 Washington 
Richardson William H. teamster, house 4. Oak 
Richardson William P. boards 4 East 
Ricker Ezekiel, boards 56 Harbor 
Ricker Morrill, mason, house 54 Endicott 
Ricker Nathaniel Mrs. house 17 Breed 
Ricker Oliver P. {Hotoard 4r i2.), house 17 Pickman 
Rideout Nathaniel, carpenter, house 4 Bentley 
Rider Joseph, captain, house 24 High 
Rider Joseph J. captain, house 24 High 
Ridlon Alpheus G. fireman, house 26 Essex 
Riley Cornelius, laborer, house 2 Water 
Riley Daniel (Carter 8sR.)i rear 44 Boston 
Riley James, laborer, nouse 21 Daniels 
Riley John, laborer, house Dodge 
Riley Matthew, laborer, house 21 Daniels 
Ring Mary, tailoress, house 10 Charter 
Rinks John, ship keeper, house rear 7 Turner 
Ritcher Henry, mariner, house 18 Carlton 
Roach Israel, wheelwright, house 93 Bridge 



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Roach James, currier, boards 69 Federal 

Roach Richard, laborer, house 5 Oerrish court 

Robbins Nathaniel C. house 2 Pickman 

Robbins Thomas A. liyery stable, 132 Boston, house do. 

Robbins William S. mariner, house 18 Ash 

Roberts Adeline, teacher, house 13 Cedar 

Roberts Charles, butcher, 116 Boston, house Prospect 

Roberts Clark, shoe maker, house 50 Harbor 

Roberts (David) & Kimball (E. W,J, counsellors, over 174 

Essex, house 21 Winter 
Roberts Edward, watchman, boards 37 O. B. Road 
Roberts Ezekiel, house 13 Cedar 
Roberts George, shoe maker, boards 54 North 
Roberts Jesse, fireman, boards 37 O. B. Road 
Roberts John, butcher, house Prospect 
Roberts Matilda, teacher, house 13 Cedar 
Roberts Stephen, boards 21 Lafayette 
Roberts William, commissioner of streets, h. 19 Federal 
Roberts William S. mason, house 12 St. Peter 
Robertson James B. mariner, 9 Winter 
Robertson S. W. & Co. soap and candle manuf. h* 44 Boston 
Robinson Abigail Mrs. house 95 North 
Robinson Henry, mariner, house foot of Blaney 
Robinson J. A. dentist, house 20 Washington 
Robinson John Mrs. house 2 Chestnut 
Robinson Lucy Ann, seamstress, house 91 Lafayette 
Robinson Mary A. Mrs. house 22 County 
Robinson Peter A. mariner, house 9 High street court 
Robinson Sylvester C. house 22 County 
Rodegrass John, cabinet, maker, boards 209 Essex 
Roderick Eliza Mrs. house 14 Church 
Rodey Edward, laborer, house 34 Derby 
Rogers Abby, boards 64 Harbor 
I Rogers Albert, laborer, house 55 Broad 
; Rogers Augustus, clerk, 23 Front, house 7 May 
Rogers Augustus I), counsellor, 150 Essex, house 376 do. 
Rogers Chirlcs B. shoe maker, house 36 Salem 
Rogers Edwai'd 8. house 376 Essex 
Rogers Henry W. artist, house 376 Essex 
Rogers Jacob C. house 204 Essex 
Rogers John, shoe maker, house 2 Gerrish place 
Rogers Lucinda Mrs. house 65 Essex 
Rogers Mary Mrs, nurse, house 21 Mall 
Rogers Nathaniel L. merchant, house 376 Essex 
Rogers Richard D. merchant, house 204 Essex 
Rogers Richard S. merchant, house 204 Ess^x 

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130 8ALBM [BJ DIUKrrOBT. 



Rogers Russell, laborer, house North Pine 

Rogers Sebra F. fruit & confectionerT, 272 Essex, h. 17 L^nde 

Rogers Thomas, laborer, house 18 Water 

Rogers William, currier, boards 22^ Boston 

Rogers William C. merchant, house 204 Essex 

Roles Bracket L. dyer, house 2 Franklin 

Roles Samuel, shoe maker, house 2 Franklin 

Roles Samuel, jr. dyer, 7 Franklin, house 12 Mechanic 

Rollins Sarah J. Mrs. boarding house, 21 Lafayette 

Ronan Michael, laborer, house 26 Union 

Ropes Alice Mis. house 69 Essex 

Ropes Benjamin Mrs. house 18 Williams 

Ropes Charles A. (R. W. Hopes S^ Co,), house 88 Bridge 

Ropes Elisabeth Mrs. house 7 Becket 

Ropes E. O. fancy dry ^oods, 366 Essex, house 373 do. 

Ropes Oeorge M. captam, house 31 Pleasant 

Ropes Hannah Mrs. house 23 Dearborn 

Ropes Henry, treasurer Savings Bank, house 106 Derbr 

Ropes John F. mariner, house 1 High [house 7 Monroe 

Ropes John T. & Co. (Wm. Ropet), stoves, &c. 17 & 19 Front, 

Ropes Jonathan, shoe maker, house 24 South 

Ropes Lucy Jane Mrs. dress maker, house 9 Salem 

Ropes Mana Miss, house 21 Washington 

Ropes Mary, tailoress, house 41 St. Peter 

Ropes Manr Mrs. house 41 St. Peter 

Ropes Reuben W. & Co. {Charles A. Sf Ripley Ropes), flour 

and grain, 11 Water, house 18 T^illiams 
Ropes Ripley (12. W, Ropes & Co.), house 22 Union 
Ropes Samuel, shoe maker, nouse 22 South 
Ropes Samuel, jr. captain, house 22 South 
Ropes Sarah 6. house 373 Essex [Pine 

Ropes Timothy, crockery, glass, and hardware, 214 Essex, h. 1 
Ropes William (/. T, Ropes ^ Co.), house 6 Andrew 
Rose*Harriet Mrs. house 7 Chestnut 
Rose Joseph, caulker and graver, house 44 Peabody 
Rose Joseph, jr. vegetables, 5 & 6 Market House, n. Gardner 
Rose Martha A. vanety store, 44 Peabody, house do. 
Rose William S. house 19 Washington 
Ross Ann C. Mrs. house 19 Williams 
JEtoss Joseph, tanner, house 2 Beach 
Ross Nathaniel, hair dresser, 10 Boston, house 2 Becket 
Ross William S. teamster, house 38 Broad 
Roundey Thomas, cooper, 10 Lafayette, house 79 Summer 
Roundy Charles, merchant, house 47 Lafayette 
Rowe Esther Mrs. house 13 Allen 
Rowe Joseph S. hair dresser, 36 Wash. c. Essex, h. 23 Liberty 



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Kowe William, shoe maker, house 4^ Tumefy 

Rowell Benjamin, painter, house 12 Water 

Rowell Edward {Goodwin Sf R.), house 17 Becket 

Rowell Frederic, cigar maker, nouse 14 Briggs 

Ruee Benjamin, rope maker, house 9 Walnut 

Ruee Benjamin, jr. cooper, house 9 Walnut 

Ruee Henry A. carpenter, house 10 Howard 

Ruee James S. mariner, house 9 Walnut 

Ruleff James, mariner, house 131 North 

Ruleff Ruth Mrs. house Porter lane 

Rupp Andrew, currier, rear 33 Boston, house 84 Federal 

Rupp Frederick, tanner, house 84 Federal 

Russell Abif^ail, teacher, house 6 Andrew 

Russell Benjamin Mrs. house 11 Pickmaa 

RusseU Emily Mrs. house foot of Gardner 

Russell Ephraim, house 3 Briggs 

Russell (George, post master, office 165 Essex, house 126 do. 

Russell {Henry) & White {B. R.),mMonB, St. Peter ct. house 

18 Brown 
Russell John, printer, house 22 Lafayette 
Russell John, jr. pump & block maker, 48 Union, h. 53 Endioott 
Russell John B. house 36 Forrester 
Russell John W. carpenter, house 53 Essex 
Russell Mary Mrs. house 97 Essex 
Russell Mary Ann, teacher, house 6 Andrew 
Russell Samuel H. watchman N. S. Mills, house 14 Salem 
Russell Susan Mrs. nurse, house 59 Endicott 
Russell Susan Mrs. nurse, house 21 North 
Russell William, carpenter, house 17 Crombie 
Russell William, 3d, laborer, house 25 Liberty 
Rust Ann M. house 404 Essex 

Rust Benjamin T. dry goods, 52 Harbor, house 59 Lafayette 
Rust Francis A. P. expressman, house 59 Lafayette 
Rust Horace, bathhouse, 30 Forrester, house 2/ do. 
Rust Lydia J. Mrs. house 2 Rust [Lafayette 

Rust Nathaniel P., Boston express wagon, 22 Front, house 59 
Rust Susan, widow, house 106 Essex 
Ryan Cornelius, currier, house rear 95 Boston 
Ryan Dorcas C. Mrs. nurse, house 10 Briggs 
Ryan Ellen Mrs. house 18 Mill 
Ryan James, currier, house Mason 
Ryan James, laborer, house 21 Oreen 
Ryan Michael, laborer, house 407 Essex 
Ryan Timothy, laborer, house 4 Elm 
Ryan William, carver, iMards 14 St. Peter 
Eyan William, laborer, house 4 High street conrt 



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SADLER JOSEPH D. chaise painter, honse 13 Church. 

Safford Elisabeth, teacher, house 2 Carlton 

Safford Joshua, cordage manufacturer, house 52 Derby 

Safford Nathaniel F. Mrs house 19 Winter 

Safford Samuel A. (E, Dodge 3f Co.), house 24 Chestnut 

Safford Thomas B. coachman, house rear IS Chestnut 

Sage John, mariner, house 1 Daniels 

Saltonstall Henry, house 43 Chestnut [nut 

Saltonstall Leverett, counsellor, 39 Court st. (B.),h. 41 Chest* 

Saltonstall Leverett Mrs. house 41 Chestnut 

Saltonstall Nathaniel Mrs. house 43 Chestnut 

Sampson Thomas, caulker and graver, house 1 Salem 

Sanborn Batchelder B. laborer, boards at S. Nourse's 

Sanborn Benjamin B. carpenter, house 6 Bentley 

Sanborn Franklin T. (G.l^ F, T. Sanborn), house 12 Union 

Sanborn Oeorge & F. T. coal and \?ood, 115 Derby, h. r. 5 Becket 

Sanborn Green W. currier, house 12 Carpenter 

Sanborn Hiram, millwright, house 6 Allen 

Sanborn James, currier, 3 Franklin, house Ome 

Sanborn John, teamster, house 18 Charter 

Sanborn John £. gas fitter, boards at North RlTer House 

Sanborn Joseph W. tanner, house 120 North 

Sanborn Mark, hair dealer, house 11 Buffum 

Sanborn Osgood, clerk Post Office, house 5 Becket 

Sanborn S., South Reading B. R. boards 37 O. B, Road 

Sanborn Theo|)hilus, house 5 Becket 

Sanborn Washington T. carp^iter, house 20 Buffura 

Sanders George T. merchant, house 292 Essex 

Sanders Thomas Mrs. house 39 Chestnut 

Sanderson John, cabinet maker, 50 Federal, house do.' 

Sanger Ebenezer C. machinist, house 39 Harbor 

Sanger Edward H. baker, 416 Essex, house do. 

Sanger {Georae F,) & Reynolds {M. C), W. 1. goods, 20 Front, 

house 6 Parlt st. Danvers 
Sargent Charles, shoe maker, house 4 Rust 
Sargent Geo. W. (Manninff S^ S.\ house 2 Rust, corner County 
Sarffent Winthrop Mrs. house 35 Summer 
Saul John, watchman, house 19 Creek 
Saul Joseph, tailor, house 19 North 
Saul Thomas, mariner, house 17 Green 
Saunders Ambrose S. C. 141 Essex, h. 51 Federal 
Saunders Betsey Miss, house 16' Lemon 
Saunders Charles H. clerk (B.), house 7 Harbor 
Saunders Charles R. P. boards 98 North 
Saunders David E. house 14 Sewall 
Saunders George N. mariner, hou»e 14 Normal 



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Saunders Henry F. carpenter, 98 North 
Saunders Henry T. clerk (B.), house 7 Harbor 
Saunders James, fisherman, house Neck 
Saunders James A. mariner, house 14 Central 
Saunders Jane, house 5 Buifum 
Saunders John, carpenter, house 5 Buflum 
Saunders Lydia, dress maker, house 6 Norman 
Saunders Mary A. Mrs. house 7 Harbor 

Saunders Nathaniel W. shoe maker, house 3 Woodbury's court 
Saunders Oliver H. captain, house 7 Harbor 
Saunders Philip, carpenter, house Prospect 
Saunders Robert S. Mrs. house 51 Federal 
Saunders Savory C. shoe maker, house 16 Central 
Saunders Thomas M. captain, house 14 Andrew 
Saunders William, veterinary surgeon, house 5 Buf^m 
Savage Margaret, house 35 Broad 
Savage Samuel P. captain, house 3 Harbor 
Savage Thomas, teamster, house 3 Church 
Savory & Co. {B, Savorvy J. A. Goldihvmt, ^ J, R. Hall), Sa- 
lem and Boston Express, 3 Washington 
Savory Benjamin (Savory ^ Co.), house 17 Williams 
Savory George, merchant, 1'4 Water, h. Lafayette, c. LaOrange 
Savory Peter, shoe maker, house 21 Beckford 
Savory Richard Mrs. house 120 Derby 
Savory Richard F. captain, house 90 Essex 
Savorv William, manner, house 120 Derby 
Saws Michael, carpenter, house 26 Beckford 
Sawyer Amos, jeweller, house 297 Essex 
Sawyer Asa, provisions, 17 & 18 Market House, h. at Danvers 
Sawyer Martha A. Mrs. house rear 222 Essex 
Sawyer Mary Mrs. house 15 Lemon 
Sawyer Nathaniel, truckman, house 6 Woodbury's court 
Schofield Rebecca, house 369 Essex 
Schultz Charles Mrs. house 8 Carlton 
Scobie Catherine, house 6 Oliver 
Scubie John J. captain, house 12 Bath 
Scott Benjamin, superintendent Alms House, Neck 
Scott Horatio, carpenter, boards 25 Lafayette 
Scovill Mary, house 371 Essex 
Scriggins Joshua, house 16 Williams 
Scully Patrick, laborer, house North Pine 
Searle John, house 47 North 
Scarles Jane, house 19 Carlton 
Seaver Daniel A. boards 65 Harbor 
Seaver Joseph H. boards 65 Harbor 
Seaver Rachel Mrs. boarding house, 65 Harbor 



134 BALBM [8] DI&BCTOXT. 



Seaver Timothy A. boards 65 Harbor [b. 4 Endicott 

Seaverns George W. clothing and furnishing store, 24 Wash. 

Seccomb John, carpenter, house 11 River 

Seccomb Mary H. house 78 Bridge 

Segee Harriet Mrs. house 20 Essex 

Setby William, mariner, house 25 Daniels 

Sessions Alexander J. Rev. house 78 Bridge 

Sessions Asa, machinist, boards 25 Lafayette 

Seward Eliza A. nurse, house 3 Charter 

Shackley Moses A. coach office, 3 Central, house 28 Church 

Shackley Thomas, coachman, house 27 Norman 

Shannon Isaac W. house 12 Church 

Shatswell Joseph, merchant, 23 Front, house 14 Crombie 

Shatswell Moses, shoe maker, 23 Charter, house 28 Andrew 

Shatswell William, shoe maker, house 28 Andrew 

Shaw Edward H., Rockport Express, 10 Arrington building 

Shaw Hannah Mrs. tailoress, house 135 <North 

Shaw Jacob N. grocer, 5 Boston, house North Pine 

Shaw Joanna M. dress maker, 6 Vine 

Shaw John, currier, boards 22 1-2 Boston 

Shaw Jonathan, shoe maker, house 31 Bridge 

Shaw Joseph, boards 68 Harbor 

Shaw Timothy, gardener, house 44 Water 

Shaw William, shoe maker, house 72 O. B. Road 

Shaw Xenophon H. gilder, 291 Essex, house 6 Vine 

Shaw Xenophon H. jr. mariner, house 6 Vine 

'Shay Bartholomew, laborer, house 26 Peabody 

Shea Michael, laborer, house 8 Turner 

Shea Nicholas, laborer, house foot of Oak 

Shea Owen, laborer, hous6 12 Rirer 

Shea Thomas, shoe maker, 273 Essex, house 4 River 

Shearman Qeorge F. oysters, 14 Derby sq. h. Hamilton Hall 

Shearman James L. oysters, 14 Derby sq. h. Hamilton Hall 

Shechan Daniel, currier, house 100 Boston 

Sheehan jjames, currier, boards 5 Beach 

Sheehan John, gardener, house 405 Essex 

Sheehan William, house 6 Water 

Sheldon Eliab, laborer, house 15 River 

Shepard Daniel M. house 4 North 

Shepard Elizabeth, house 61 Federal [Briggs 

Shepard Elizabeth, hosiery and thread store, 284 Essex, h. 3 

Shepard Isaac B. captain, house 22 North [10 Williams 

Shepard Israel D. auctioneer and insurance agent, 34 Front, h. 

Shepard John B. & S. D. dry goods, 152 Essex, h. 63 Lafayette 

Shepard Manr L. teacher, house 22 North 

Shepard Michael, merchant, Central whf. house 61 Federal 



Shepard Michael W. merchant, Central whf. house 61 Federal 

Shepard Samuel, currier, house 3 Brig{<s 

Shepard Samuel, upholsterer, house 9 Market court 

Shepard Samuel D. (J. B. ^ S. D. Shepard), h. 63 Lafayette 

Shepard S. Prescott, clerk (B.)i house 247 Essex 

Shepard Stephen W. wharfinger. Central whf. house 4 North 

Shepley Robert, weaver, house 7 Park 

Shepley William, weaver, house 28 Peabody 

Sheridan Charles, laborer, house North Pine 

Sheridan Elizabeth Mrs. house 4 Qerrish court 

Sheridan Philip, house North Pine 

Sherman Edward, laborer, house 30 Derby 

Sherwin William, tobacconist, 21 Williams, house do. 

Sherwood Charles G. mariner, house 27 Turner 

Shillaber Daniel, house 120 Old Boston Road 

Shillaber David, stone cutter, house 119 Old Boston Boad 

Shillaber Ebenezer, clerk of courts, Court House, h. 67 Wash. 

Shillaber George, stone cutter, house 121 Old Boston Road 

Shillaber Hannah Mrs. house 57 Washington 

Shillaber Hardy M. stone cutter, house 119 O. B. Road 

Shillaber Sallj, thread and hosiery, 243 Essex, house 57 Wash. 

Shirley Carolme Mrs. house 15 Salem 

Shirley Elizabeth Mrs. seamstress, house 22 Crombie 

Shirley Jonathan, mariner, house 32 Salem, near Everett 

Short Charles, patent door fenders, house 22 High 

Short James, cooper, house 6 Northey 

Shreve Margaret P. Mrs. house 12 Lynn 

Shreve Samuel V, captain, house 5 Barton square [h. 4 Park 

Sibley Geo. Y. clothing and furnishing store. Central, c. Charter, 

Sibley Joseph, grocer, 14 Mill, house 6 South 

Sibley Moses H. tailor. Central, c. Charter, h. 6 Pond [Mall 

Silsbee Benj. H. cashier Merchants* Bank, 156 Essex, n. 10 

Silsbee Edward A. merchant, house 11 Pleasant 

Silsbee George Z. merchant, house 11 Pleasant 

Silsbee John B. merchant, Union wharf, house 6 North 

Silsbee John H. merchant, 150 Essex, house 378 do. 

Silsbee Mary Mrs. house 2 Oliver 

Silsbee Nathaniel, mavor. City Hall, house 17 Pleasant 

Silsbee Rebecca Mrs. house 3 Daniels 

Silsbee William Rev. house 2 Oliver 

Silsbee Zachariah F. merchant, house 11 Pleasant 

Silver Augustus, tanner, house rear 95 Boston 

Silver Eliza Mrs. house 384 Essex 

Silver Joseph, restorator, 9 Derby square, houtfe 8 High 

Silver William, captain, house 2 Pickman 

Simon Stephen Augustus, confectioner, house 160 Essex 



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Simmoiui Andrew F. clothing and fumishing goods, 198 Essex, 

boards Mansion House 
Simmons John, captain, house 10 Winthrop 
Simmons Sarah Mrs. house Becket avenue 
Simon Francis B., Boston Express, 27 Front, house 4 Federal 
Simon John, confectioner, 160 Essex, house do. 
Simonds Charles F. clerk, 4 Newbury, house 101 Bridge 
Simonds Edward A. (5. C, ^ E. A. Simonds), house 101 Bridge 
Simonds Samuel, grocer, 4 t^ewbury, house 101 Bridge 
Simonds Samuel C. & E. A. crockery, hardware, and paper 

hangm^, 32 Front, house 8 Forrester 
Simonds William H. {Gage ^ Simonds) t house 17 Hardy 
Simpson Sarah F. Mrs. houne 10 Lynn 
Simpson Willi? m, house 14 Park 
Sims Richard T. captain, house 46 South 
Sinclair Jasper, laborer, house 4 Oerrish place 
Sinclair John, sail maker, house 108 Derby 
Skerry Edward S. painter, house 24 Becket 
Skerry Francis, carpenter, house 56 North 
Skerry Francis, jr. fancy goods, 184 Essex, house 3 Lynn 
Skerry Eobcrt {Kimball ^ S.), house 17 County 
Skinner Jesse, shoe maker, house 92 O. B. Road 
Skinner Richard & Son (Richard Skinner, Jr,), cigar makers, 30 

Marlboro', hoase 32 do. 
Skinner Richard, jr. {R. Skinner & Son), h. 2 St. Peter court 
Skinner Stephen ». ci^ar maker, house 26 Marlboro* 
Skinner William H. cigar maker, house 6 North court 
Slattery Joseph, currier, house 24 Beckford 
Sleeper Hezekiah, shoe maker, house 8 Hathorne 
Sleeper Maria Mrs. house 28 Marlboro' 
Sleuman Benjamin, baker, house 8 Winthrop 
Slocum Ebenezer Mrs. house 19 Andrew 
Slocum Ebenezer, mason, house 4 Hardy 
Sloman Andrew, tailor (B.), house 4 Endicott 
Sluman Thomas, fish dealer, house 16 Williams 
Small John, Rubber Works, boards 1 Ward 
Small William, boards 61 Harbor 

Small William F. W. gas fitter, boards North River House 
Smith Aaron, house 30 BufFum 
Smith Aaron, jr. carpenter, 3 Howard, house do. 
Smith A. Augustus, clerk, 232 Essex, house 3 Howard 
Sihith Addison, carpenter, house 10 Breed 
Smith Amos, lumber, 5 Water, house 4 County 
Smith Andrew, captain, house 16 Federal 
Smith Betsey, boards 70 Harbor 
bmitti Caleb, house 12 Lynde 



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137 



Smith Caleb, jr. restorator, 8 Wash. h. BoU's oourt 

Smith C. A. & H. W. sperm oil and candle factory, Qi Harbor, 

house 34 Lafayette 
Smith Charles, tobacconist, boards 60 Endicott 
Smith Daniel T. watch maker. 262 Essex, h. 18 Winthrep 
Smith Dorcas Mrs. house 13 Boston 

Smith Edmund, treasurer Naumkeag S. C. Co. h. 114 Derby 
Smith Edward A. carpenter, house U Turner 
Smith Edward A. jr. watch maker, 262 Essex, h. 13 Williams 
Smith Elario, manner, house 9 Pond 
Smith Eliza, tailoress, house 83 Federal 
Smith Elizabetii, house 16 Summer 

Smith Elizabeth B. Mrs. yariety store, h. 58 Derby [Winthrop 
Smith (EUtot F.) & Cole {Israel Z).)»tailors, 244 Essex, h. 16 
Smith Eunice Mrs. nurse, house 31 Williams 
Smith George, baker, house 15 Cambridge 
Smith Qeorge H. clothing and furnishing store, 12 Waflhington 

and ^ Front, house 66 Bridge 
Smith George H. house 2 County 

Smith Henry B. lumber, 3, 5, & 7 Water, house 12 Winter 
Smith H. W. (C. A. ^ H. W. Smith), house 12 Lynde 
Smith Isaac, mariner, house 16 Park 
Smith Isabella, boards 70 Harbor 
Smith Jacob J. Mrs. house 3 Bath 
Smith James, captain, house Barr 
Smith James, cigar maker, house 20 South 
Smith James A. carpenter, 10 Walnut, house 11 Elm 
Smith (/. Ford) & Chamberlain (B. M,), manufacturing 

jewellers, 201 Essex, house 20 Mason 
Smith James S. steam planer, h. 26 Ward 
Smith Jerome H. musician, boards Essex House 
Smith Jesse Mrs. house 16 Norman 
Smith Jesse, watch maker, 262 Essex, house 36 Summer 
Smith John, laborer, house 71 Federal 
Smith John, house 12 Prince 
Smith John, mariner, house 128 North 
Smith John, shoe maker, house 4 Dodge 
Smith John, tanner, boards 2 Warren 
Smith John Mrs. house 21 Beckford 
Smith John E. machinist, house 8 Prince 
Smith John H. baker, houbo 7 Norman 
Smith John R. & S. iron founders, Gardner, h. 13 Harbor 
Smith Joseph, house 128 North 
Smith {Joseph) & Manning (D. C), liver^r stable, 212 Essex, 

9 Hamilton and 47 Wash. h. 3 Hamilton 
Smith Mary Mrs. house Bott's court 



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Smith Marj Mrs. house 16 South 

Smith Mary Mrs. house 23 Mill 

Smith Martha Ann Mrs. house 14 Daniels 

Smith Mary E. teacher, house 35 Lafayette 

Smith Mehitable, tailoress, house 83 Federal 

Smith Nathan F. mariner, house 10 Norman 

Smith Nathan Mrs. house 10 Norman 

Smith Oliver C. machinist, N. S. Co.'s Yard, h. 114 Derby 

Smith Oliver P. sawyer, City Mills, boards 5 Fond 

Smith Patrick, laborer, house 24 Peabody 

Smith Peter M. cooper, house 26 Church 

Smith Robert, provision dealer, 44 & 46 North, h. 22 Bufium 

Smith Sarah Mrs. house 15 High st. court 

Smith Sarah, house 16 Summer 

Smith Samuel, lamp lishter, house 34 Church 

Smith Simon, boaros w Harbor 

Smith Sterry {J. R, 3^ S, Smith), house 13 Harbor 

Smith Thomas, teamster, house 20 Charter 

Smith Thomas, boards 72 Federal 

Smith William, cigar maker, house 22 Crombie 

Smith William, mariner, house 18 Derby 

Smith William, laborer, house 32 Pfeabody 

Smith Wm. laborer, house 18 Beckford 

Smith William, mariner, house 27 Williams 

Smith William A. shoe maker, boards 10 Dearborn 

Smith William B. captain, house 52 Bridge 

Smith William B. jr. mariner, house 52 Bridge 

Smith Wiliam D. tobacconist, boards 60 Endicott 

Smith William D. farmer, house 52 0. B. Road 

Smith William R. cigar maker, 132 Derby, house 22 Crombie 

Smothers Benjamin, rope maker, house rearl 

Smothers Olive, seamstress, house 14 Norman 

Snell Nicholas T. captain, house 17 Brown 

Snell William, daguerreotype artist, 1 Central, c. Essex, h. at 

Beverly 
Snellings John, cooper, house 34 South 
Snow Nathaniel, 21 Vine, house 10 Liberty 
Soley George, laborer, house 22 Becket 
Southward Oeorge, portrait painter, house 113 Essex 
Southward Jonathan R. laborer, house 1 Hardy 
Southward Richard, hatter, house 51 Summer 
Southward Richard, jr. house 51 Summer 
Southward Thomas W. house 52 Bridge 
Southwick Daniel, tanner, house 16 Boston 
Southwick Eliphalet, teamster, house 8 Hardy 
Southwick Eliza Mrs. house 30 Lafayette 



* SALBM [8] DIBECTOBY. 139 

Southwick John, house 4 Oerrish place 

Southwick John, shoe maker, house 48 Derby 

Southwick John, jr. mariner, house 48 Derby 

Spalding Josiah, captain, house 104 Bridge 

Spencer Clark, weaver, boards 56 Harbor 

Spencer Charles P. clerk. North River House 

Spiller John P. wheelwright. 31 Liberty, house 61 Harbor 

Spiller Maria Mrs. house 2 Lynde 

Sprague Joseph £. sheriff, house 384 Essex 

Sprague Joseph G. house 60 Federal 

Spring James, cabinet maker, house 32 Water % 

Stacy Frances, house 14 Turner 

Stacy Mary Mrs. house 46 Broad 

Stacy Rufus, shoe maker, house 5 Oedney court 

Stacv Vamum, shoe maker, 25 Broad, house 57 Summer 

Stafford Joseph W. shoe maker, house 14 River 

Stafford William, house 36 Forrester 

Stafford William F. jr. mariner, house 29 Salem 

Standlev Samuel S. wood, bark, grain, and masons' materials, 
13 Front, house 346 Essex, c. Beckford 

Stanford John, laborer, house 108 Derby 

Staniford Charles, assistant superintenaent of burials, 275 Es- 
sex, house 26 North 

Staniford Charles H. painter, boards r. 130 Lafayette 

Staniford Elizabeth K. teacher, house 42 Broad 

Staniford John W. mariner, house 2 Forrester 

Staniford Joseph B. carpenter, house 11 Curtis 

Staniford Judith Mrs. house 11 North 

Staniford Sarah Mrs. house 11 Curtis 

Staniford Sarah C. house 42 Broad 

Stanley Abraham J. carpenter, house 3 Pleasant 

Stanley Edward Mrs. house 5 Daniels 

Stanley Elizabeth Mrs. house 13 English 

Stanley John, carpenter, house 5 Spring 

Stanley Miles 0. grocer, 391 Essex, house at Danvers 

Stanley Thankful Mrs. dress maker, house 3 Pleasant ^ 

Stanley Thomas, rope maker, Essex, near Webb 

Stanton Mary Mrs. nurse, house 15 County 

Stanwood Jerry, boards 68 Harbor 

Stanwood Samuel D. cigar maker, house 11 Bufiiim 

Stanwood Wm. Henry, shoe maker, house 12 South 

Staples Elias C. boards 58 Harbor 

Staples Haven L. boards 58 Harbor 

Staples John, jr. shoe maker, house 58 Harbor 

Staples Lydia, boards 21 Park 

Staples Marshall T. boards 58 Harbor 



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8ALBX [S] DIEBCTOET. 



Staples Mary Mrs. house 30 Norman 

Stark Caleb, last maker, house 20 Abora 

Stearns Caroline, house 381 EUsex 

Stearns William, house 384 Essex 

Stearns William, mariner, house 42 Bridge 

Stedman George B. coach trimmer, hou<)e 3 Howard 

Stedman Joseph T. painter, house 16 Winthrop 

Stedman Simuel L. tailor, house 80 Federal 

Steele Abby, boards 61 Harbor * 

Stephenson Elizabeth Mrs. house 31 Feabody 

Stetson Lincoln, shipwright, house 3 Salem 

Stevens Caroline, teacher, house 2) Winthrop 

Stevens Edward P. baker, house I Mechanic 

Stevens Eunice, tailoress, house 2i Turner 

Stevens Israel, tanner, house 20 Winthrop 

Stevens John, shoe maker, house Prospect 

Stevens Jonas, laborer, house Phelps court 

Stevens Martha, house 37>5 Essex 

Stevens Solomon, tanner, house Pope's court 

Stevens Timothy J. house 20 Winthrop 

Stevens William, grocer, 13 Derby sq. house 14 Broad 

Steven^ \/illiam A. grocer, 13 Derby sq. house 11 Hathorne 

Stewart James, laborer, house 11 Osgood 

Stickney Charles T. carpenter, Tucker's whf. h. Gardner, cor. 

Prospect 
Stickney Joseph Mrs. house 13 Rust 
Stickney Matthew A. grocer, 107 Boston, house 113 do. 
Stickney Richard, carpenter, Tucker's whf. house 22 Hardy 
Stickney William Mrs. house 11 Central 
Stiles Dean, carpenter, 23 Harbor, house 53 Endicott 
Stiles Joseph P. stone mason, house Prospect 

Stilfin -, boards 20 Norman 

Still Thomas, boot maker, house 91 Essex 

Stimpson Hannah Mrs. house 53 Federal 

Stlmpson James C. tanner and currier, 39 Boston, h. do. 

Stimpson James D. currier, house North Pine [Winter 

Stocker John W. coach and chaise maker, rear 9 Church, h. 7 

Stocker Sophia L. Mrs. house 9 Rust 

Stoddard Benjamin (D. & B. Stoddard), house 39 Harbor 

Stoddard Daniel & B. blacksmiths, 51 Harbor, h. 51 Lafayette 

Stodder Simon, mariner, house 58 North 

Stone Benjamin, mason, house 9 Williams [23 Chestnut 

Stone Beniamin W. distiller, 22 Neptune, office 150 Essex, h. 

Stone Esther, house 20 South 

Stone George, mason, house 12 Prescott 

Stone Isaac, laborer, house 22 High 



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Stone Isaac, jr. carpenter, houBe Barr 

Stone James, mason, house 27 Green, comer Flint 

Stone James, jr. M. D. apothecary, 31 Lafayette, h. 21 Harbor 

Stone James D. baker, house 68 Washin^on 

Stone John Mrs. 15 North 

Stone John, laborer, house Prospect 

Stone John, jr. stone mason, house 16 Sewall 

Stone John H. house 397 Essex 

Stone Joseph W. house 23 Chestnut 

Stone Joshua B. currier, house rear 93 Boston 

Stone Rhoda, boards 66 Harbor 

Stone Robert, merchant, house 23 Chestnut 

Stone Sarah & Hannah, board 66 Harbor 

Stone Stephen, sexton, house 14 Creek 

Stone Thomas T. Rev. house 360 Essex 

Stone William, currier, house 60 Broad 

Stone William, house 23 Chestnut 

Storrs Nathaniel, painter, house 16 Summer 

Story Augustus, counsellor, 27 Washington, house 84 Bridge 

Story Daniel, cooper, house 6 Cambridge 

Story William, Custom House, house 84 Bridge 

Story Wm. 8. shoe maker, boards at Mrs. Eliza Chase's 

Stow (Volney C.) & Tibbetts {A. /.), bakers, head of Phillips* 

whf. house 21 Essex, cor. Becket 
Stowers Joseph, gilder, house 315 Essex 
Stoweni Nathaniel, chair painter, house 16 Summer 
Straw Isaiah, ti^nner, near Mason, house 37 North 
Streeter Gilbert L. editor Essex County Freeman, 1 Market 

court, house 38 Summer 
Streeter Sarah L. Mrs. house 38 Summer 
Striley Jacob, laborer, house Osgood 
Strong Eliza, boards 70 Harbor 
Sturtevant Andrew C. carpenter, house Linden 
Sulliyan Daniel, laborer, house 5 Palfray court 
SulliTan Joanna Mrs. house 18 High 
Sullivan John, laborer, house 44 Water 
SulliTan John, laborer, house 8 Pratt 
Sullivan Joseph, laborer, house Tucker's wharf 
Sullivan Michael, laborer, house 18 High 
Sullivan Michael, laborer, house Tucker's wharf 
Sullivan William, gardener, house 29 Liberty 
Summers William, captain, house 92 Essex 
Sumner Harrison G. f Gordon Sf S.J, house 23 Daniel 
Button William, president Commercial Bank, 7 Central, house 

rear HI Boston 
xn&a Perkins, teamster, 6 Water, house 6 Woodbury's court 



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142 8ALB1C [8] DIEBOTORT. 



Swan Hannah Mrs. house 6 Oliver 

Swan Joseph W. shoe maker, house 16 Mechanic 

Swan Nathaniel, laborer, house 69 North 

Swan Rachel, widow, house 77 Derby 

Swan Samuel, laborer, house 69 North 

Swaney Patrick, laborer, house 27 St. Peter 

Swaney William, rope maker, bouse I English 

Swasey Abigail Mrs. house rear 59 North 

Swasey Beniamin B. captain, house 51 Broad 

Swasey Benjamin B. jr. mariner, house 51 Broad 

Swasey Charles W. printer, 185 Essex, house 7 I«emon 

Swasey Hannah, nurse, house 27 Forrester 

Swasey John Mrs. house 10 Daniels 

Swasey Joseph, painter, house rear 59 North 

Swasey Samuel o. house 4 Woodbury's court 

Swindles Charles, srrocer, 25 Lafayette, house do. 

Swindles John, picker, house 14 Park 

Symonds Benjamin, tanner and currier, house 99 North 

Symonds Bei^amin P. shoe maker, house 113 North 

Symonds Benjamin R. grocer, 109 North, house 107 do. 

Symonds Benjamin R. jr. clerk, 109 North 

Symonds Calvin, shoe maker, house 91 North 

Symonds Catherine Mrs. house 16 Marlboro' 

Symonds Charles E. (Symonds A Brothers)^ house 60 Buffiim 

Symonds Charles F. carpenter, house 9 Upham 

Symonds Dean C. blacksmith, 33 North, house 7 Dearborn 

Symonds Eben, shoe manufacturer, 53 North, house 51 do. 

Symonds Edward, brick maker, house 58 North 

Symonds Edward, jr. clerk, house 77 North 

Symonds Edward B. house 8 Broad 

Symonds Edward C. shoe maker, house 5 Melcher court 

Symonds Eliza G. boarding house, 28 Federal 

Symonds Elizabeth P. Mrs. tailoress, 57 Derby 

Symonds Elizabeth R. house 53 Buffum 

Symonds Ephraim, painter, house 18 Mechanio 

Symonds Ephraim 6. shoe maker, house 107 North 

Symonds Fenton, nainter, house 9 Hardy 

Symonds Hannah Mrs. house 77 North 

Symonds John D. mariner, house 47 North 

Symonds J. Shove, painter, 21 1-2 Wash, house 59 Buffum 

Symonds Joseph, jeweller (B.), house 91 North 

Symonds Joseph r. (Symonds S( Brothers) ^ house 65 Buffum 

Symonds Joseph W. clerk, 213 Essex, house 16 Marlboro' 

Symonds Nathaniel B. butcher, house 115 Boston 

Symonds Nathan B. butcher, house 7 Pratt 

Symonds Nathl. D. city marshal, office City Hall, h. 8 Connty 



SALBK [T] DIKBCTOBT. 143 

Symonds Nathaniel D. jr. clerk Holyoke Insurance Company, 

h. 8 County 
Symonds (Nathaniel 0.)& Brothers (Joseph P. ^ Charles E.)t 

shoe manufac. 117 North, house 39 jSuffiun 
Symonds Proctor, shoe maker, house 113 Boston 
Symonds Samuel, jr. grocer, 49 North, house 62 do. 
Symonds Stephen, house 51 North 
Symonds Stephen H. mariner, house 113 North 
Symonds Thomas, shoe maker, house Orne 
Symonds Thomas, jr. grocer, 74 North, house 7 Dearborn 
Symonds Timothy, shoemaker, house 91 North 
Symonds William H. shoe maker, house 139 North 
Symonds William P. shoe maker, house 91 North 
Syms Caroline, house 18 Conant 

TALBOT ANDREW, teamster, house 20 Water 

Tanner Henry Augustus, restorator, 25 Market square, house 

Washington, corner Norman 
Tarbox Benjamin F. boards 56 Harbor 
Tarbox William, shoe maker, house 101 North 
Tarbox William, jr. shoe maker, house 2 Mason 
Tarr Edward H. stone mason, house 108 Derby 
Tate Thomas, captain, house 17 Williams 
TaTlin Mrs. boards 64 Harbor 
Tay Benjamin, captain, house 47 Washington 
Tay Henry, merchant, house 33 Summer 
Tay Jerusha Mrs. house 14 Lynde 
Taylor Catherine A. Mrs. house 6 Broad 
Taylor James, currier, house 77 Mason 
Taylor John, tinmas, boards 18 Summer 
Taylor Sarah N. dress maker, house 14 Daniels 
Taylor Thomas W. mariner, house 14 Daniels 
Teague Amos G. shoe maker, house 12 South 
Teague Amos G. jr. shoe maker, house 12 South 
Teague John B. shoe maker, house 12 South 
Teague Rebecca S. house 368 Essex 
Teague Robert, shoe maker, house 27 St. Peter 
Teague Thomas A. teamster, house 77 Mason 
Teague Thomas A. jr. captain, house 4 Beach 
Tearl Joseph, currier, house Mason 
Teele Charles C. captain, house 133 North 
Teele Frederick, rigger, house 12 English 
Temple Jonathan S. cabinet maker, house 8 Church 
Temey James, currier, house 29 Boston 
Test John B. cabinet maker, house 2 Palfray court 
Test Peter M. boarding house, 52 Water 



146 8ALBM \T] DIXBCTOBT. 



Trask Lucy Mrs. house 34 Essex 

Trask Moses A. mariner, house 40 St. Peter 

Trask Thomas, house 135 Essex 

Trask William, laborer, house 40 St. Peter 

Trayner William, plumber, 4 St. Peter, house 18 Andrew 

Treadwell Dorothy Mrs. house 9 North 

Tread well George, merchant TB.), house 11 Warren 

Treadwell John O. physician, house 9 North Til Warren 

Treadwell John W. president Merchants' Bank, 156 Essex, h. 

Treadwell Nathaniel R. currier, 11 Franklin, house 4 Mason 

Treadwell Thomas, cabinet maker, house 1 Federal 

Trefren Betsey M. Mrs. nurse, house 1 Salem 

Trefren George W. trader, house 1 Salem 

Trefren James, overseer cloth room, house 21 Harbor 

Trefren Lewis, house 1 Salem 

Trofatter George L. captain, house 10 Ash 

Trofatter John Mrs. house 139 Boston 

Trofatter Mary Mrs. house 871 Essex 

Trofatter Mary E. dress maker, house 10 Ash 

Trofatter Robert, tanner, house Prospect 

Trofatter Samuel J. teamster, house 4 Frye 

True Abraham, house 12 Brown 

True Joseph, carver, 34 Mill, house 5 High 

Trull Frederic, shoe maker, house 47 Broad 

Trumbull Charles W. clerk, register of deeds, h. 6 Hardy 

Trumbull Edward H. captain, house 12 Summer 

Tucker Chandler H. ice dealer, house 22 High 

Tucker Gideon, merchant, house 133 Essex 

Tucker Hewitt C. ice dealer, house 135 Boston 

Tucker Ichabod Mrs. house 28 Chestnut 

Tucker Jonathan, measurer, Custom House, h. 101 Derby 

Tucker Lucy C. Mrs. house 25 Hardv 

Tucker Richard G. mariner, house 6 Briggs 

Tucker Samuel Dudley, house Essex House 

Tucker Samuel, jr. house 4 Bridge 

Tucker Sarah A. dress maker, house 9 High street court 

Tufts Horace, captain, house 5 EUn 

TufU Mary, house 6 Winter 

Tufts Palmer, saddler, 121 Boston, house at Danvers 

TufU Samuel C. provisions and groceries, 47 Derby, h. 20 Hardy 

Tufto Sarah Mrs. nurse, house 15 High street court 

Turner Briggs, bedstead manuf. LaGrange, house 25 Cedar 

Turner Calvm, tanner, Goodhue, house w Boston 

Turner Charles W. currier, Goodhue, house 69 Boston 

Turner George, shipwright, house Phelps court 

Turner James H. measurer of leather, nouse 66 Boston 



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147 



Turner John H. hair dresser, Main street, Danyers 

Turner Mary Mrs. house 16 Carlton 

Turrell Benjamin F. baker, 53 Derby, house do. 

Tuthill John, house 20 River 

Tuttle Eben, currier, house 11 Boston 

Tuttle Eunice E. house 11 River 

Tuttle Francis W. clerk, 173 Essex, house 6 Hathorne 

Tuttle Henry A. Mrs. house 10 Becket 

Tuttle Henry C. physician, house 89 Federal 

Tuttle Henry O. harness maker, 36 Boston, h. 11 North Fine 

Tuttle Hiram A. {Whitney ^7.), boards 1 Sewall 

Tuttle John, livery stable, 36 Boston, house 107 Federal 

Tuttle Mary D. house 11 River 

Tuttle Nathaniel, currier,^ 21 Boston, house 19 do. 

Tuttle William, currier, rear 25 Boston, house 107 Federal 

Twiss Ruth Mrs. house 65 Old Boston Road 

Twiss Sarah, seamstress, house 14 Norman 

Twist Daniel, porter at Essex House 

Twist George, shoe maker, house 92 O. B. Road 

Twist Joseph, shoe maker, house 3 Milk 

Twohig Timothy, laborer, hoase rear 18 Lemon 

Tyler George F. currier, house 6 Orne 

Tyler Moses C. shoe maker, house 6 Orne 

Tyler Sarah Mrs. house 23 Church 

UMBER CATHARINE Mrs. nurse, house 5 English 

Upham Charles W. house 52 Washington 

Upham Franklin, chemist, boards 68 North 

Upham Joshua, house 70 Federal 

Upham Joshua, jr. chemist. Laboratory, house 68 Horth 

Upham Sylvanus K. merchant, house 97 Bridge 

Upton Benjamin, merchant, 15 & 16 Derby wharf, h. 98 Bridge 

Upton Benjamin, jr. merchant, 15 Derby wharf, h. 59 Essex 

Upton Charles, captain, house 6 Liberty 

Upton Eben, boarain^ house, 25 Lafayette 

Upton Eben, jr. musician, house 8 Mechanic 

Upton Edmund, captain, house 2 Cross 

Upton Edwin, captain, house 26 Winter 

Upton Elizabeth Mrs. house 13 Saunders 

Upton Ezra, provision dealer, house Barr 

Upton George, captain, house 247 Essex 

Upton Henry, captain, house 9 Liberty [cor. Woodbury 

Upton Henry P. merchant, 15 & 16 Derby wharf, h. Lafayette, 

Upton James, merchant, 63 Union, house 100 Bridge 

Upton Luther, merchant, 63 Union, house 5 Chestnut 

Upton Mercy Mrs. house 69 Essex 



148 SALEM [V] DIKECrrO&T. 



Upton Moses T. {Brown Ss U.), house 67 1-2 Essex 

Upton Paul, captain, house S9 Bridge 

Upton Robert, merchant, 63 Union, house 26 Winter 

Upton Samuel, captain, house 39 Bridge 

Upton Samuel F. merchant, house 27 Brown 

Urann Mary L. house 60 Harbor 

V AILL WILLIAM K. principal Pickering School, h. 18 School 

Valentine B. E. Mrs. house 22 Marlboro' 

Valentine Elmer, teacher at Marblehead, house 20 Winthrop 

Vanallen Peter D. cabinet maker. La Grange, h. 30 Lafayette 

Vanderford Elizabeth Mrs. house 11 Pickman 

Varncy Daniel {W. D. S^ S. Vamey), house 71 Boston 

Varney Solomon, house 109 Boston 

Vamey Solomon, jr. (W. D. S; S. Varney) ^ house 83 Boston 

Varney W. D. & S. {tVilliam, Daniel, S; Solomon, Jr.), curriers, 

82 Boston, house 78 do. 
Varnum Joseph, shoe maker, house 6 English 
Veal Michael, tanner, house 3 Laboratory 
Veazie Laura, boards 21 Park 
Veazie Martha, boards 60 Harbor 
Vent Ebenezer, engineer, house 24 South 
Vent Sarah Mrs. house 36 South 
Verill Lydia Mrs. house 16 Curtis 
Very Abraham, laborer, house Gedney court 
Very Abraham A. mariner, house Qeoney court 
Very Ephraim P. mariner, house 22 1-2 Boston 
Very Frances E. teacher, house 76 Federal 
Very Harriet, teacher, house 1 Hardy 
Very Isaac, mariner, house Gedney court 
Very John, grocer, 22 Boston, house 22 1-2 do. 
Very John, C. mariner, house 12 English 
Very Jones Kev. house 76 Federal 
Very Lydia Mrs. house 76 Federal 
Very L^dia A. teacher, house 76 Federal 
Very Nathaniel, blacksmith, head of Derby whf. h. 11 Turner 
Very Nathaniel, 2d, cabinet maker, 34 North, h. 2 North court 
Very Samuel, mariner, house 4 Turner - 
Very Samuel, jr. captain, house 12 Charter 
Very Washington, teacher, house 76 Federal 
Very William, laborer, house 115 Old Boston Road 
Vincent Amos L. house 59 Derby 
Vincent George, turnkey, house 8 North court 
Vincent Joseph, house 20 Pleasant 
Vincent Letitia Mrs. tailoress, house 2 Turner 
Vincent Samuel R. house 59 Derby 



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Vincent Sarah E. dress maker, house 2 Turner 
Vincent William B. house 20 Pleasant 
Vivuan "Wilmot W. carpenter, house 76 Summer 
VoUar Benjamin H. tanner, house Phelps court 
Vollor Henry, tanner, house 81 Mason 

WADE FRANCIS, laborer, house II Osgood 

Walcott Andrew P. tin smith, house rear Mill 

Walcott Samuel B. counsellor, house II Vine [factory 

Walden Charles C. (J5. Lord 8^ Co.)^ h. Bridge, near cordage 

Walden Isaac, carpenter, boards rear 41 Derby 

Walden Joseph F. currier, 50 Boston, house 92 1-2 Federal 

Walden Mary Ann, house 16 Lemon 

Walden Young F. currier, house rear 95 Boston 

Waldo Mary R. house 78 Bridge 

Walker Abbott, house 301 Essex 

Walker Abbott, jr. & Co. {Geo. S. Walker) ^ wines and liquors, 

5 Derby square, boards Essex House 
Walker George S. (A. Walker , jr. 8^ Co.), house 301 Essex 
Walker Mary Mrs. nouse 34 Forrester 
Walker Mary Mrs. house 246 Essex 
Walker Mary Mrs. tailoress, house 15 High street court 
Walker Mary M. {Morrill ^ TF.), house 246 Essex 
Walker Parker D. {Gardner Sf W.), house 57 Endicott 
Walker Samuel, tanner, house Hathome 
Walker William, boards 63 Harbor 
Wallis Andrew, deputy superintendent Alms House 
Wallis Eunice W. house 368 Essex 
Wallis Franklin, pilot, house 15 Essex 
Wallis Francis F. pilot, house 15 Park 
Wallis Hannah, dry goods, house 368 Essex 
Wallis Jane Mrs. house 15 Park 
Wallis Joseph, cabinet maker, 29 Lafayette, and furniture 

dealer, 205 1-2 Essex, house 28 Lafayette 
Wallis Joseph S. house 28 Lafayette 
Wallis Thomas, currier, house 60 Broad 
Wallis William, secretary Savings Bank, house 11 North 
Wallis William, currier, boards w) Broad 
Wallis William A. clerk, 181 Essex, house 11 North 
Walsh Hannah Mrs. house 18 River 
Walsh John J. shoe maker, house 18 River 
Walsh Robert, painter, house 82 Summer 
Walsh William F. shoe maker, house 18 River 
Walton Augustus, farmer, house 40 Derby 
Walton Ebenezer, grocer, 89 Mason, house do. 
Walton Eben N. printer, house 8 Howard 



160 SALBX [W] DIBBOrOBT. 



Walton George D. fanner, house Prospect, near Abom 

Walton George M. carpenter, house 9 Abom 

Walton Joseph, cigar box maker, 127 Boston 

Walton Josiah, farmer, house 3 Frye 

Walton Josiah, jr. blacksmith, 116 Boston, house 9 Abom 

Walton Nathan M. farmer, h 130 Boston 

Walton Timothy, farmer, house 1 Abom 

Walton William J. laborer, house 9 Abom 

Ward Abigail, seamstress, house 1 Turner 

Ward Alfred A. provisions, 15 Sc 16 Market House, house at 

iJanvers 
Ward Andrew, merchant. Central wharf, house 55 Federal 
Ward Chipman, clerk, 23 Front, house 20 Ward 
Ward Eliza, teacher, house 34 Chestnut 
Ward Hannah Mrs. house 14 Herbert 
Ward Henry B. lumber, 20 Peabody, house at Danyera 
Ward Israel, merchant, house 4 Pickman 
Ward James, mariner, house 6 East 
Ward Joshua Mrs. house 8 Central 
Ward Louisa H. Mrs. house 75 Derby 
Ward Mary Mrs. house 396 Essex 
Ward M. T. Mrs. house 34 Chestnut 
Ward Sarah Mrs. house 4 Becket 
Ward Thomas B. groceries, 60 Boston, house do. 
Warden John, carpenter, house 344 Essex 
Wardwell Esther A. Mrs. house 10 Broad 
Wardwell John S. shoe maker, house 20 Hathome 
Wardwell Nathaniel A. shoe maker, house 10 Broad 
Ware Horace, farmer, house Salem turnpikre 
Ware Horace, 2d. Pickman farm, house South Salem 
Ware Horace C. farmer, house Salem turnpike 
Ware Erastus D. farmer, house Salem turnpike 
Warner Caleb, spectacles, 179 Essex, house 22 Federal 
Warner Elizabetn G. house 55 Washington 
Warner William F. laborer, house 20 Church 
Warren Edward J. currier, house 19 Upham 
Warren George H. carpenter, 30^ Nortn, house 8 Northey 
Warren Hannah Mrs. house 43 Essex 
Warren John, Laboratory, house 13 Upham 
Warren Robert, carpenter, house 41 Summer 
Wasgatt Cornelius, captain, house 6 Barton 
Wason Lyman P. carpenter, house r. 95 Boston 
Waters Andrew S. copper founder, 6 Franklin, h. 54 North 
Waters Esther, house 110 Essex 
Waters John, house 5 Mason 
Waters John, jr. carpenter, house 2 Essex 



6A.LEM [W] DIRECTORY. 151 

Waters John, Sd, mariner, house 5 Franklin 

Waters J. Linton, deputy collector, C. H. house 70 Derby 

Waters John G. merchant, house 14 Cambridge 

Waters Joseph G. judge Police Court, 150 Essex, h. 70 Derby 

Waters Richard P. merchant, 182 Essex, house Cherry Hill 

Waters Thomas S. grocer, 27 Summer, house 20 Mason 

Waters William, chair painter, house 5 Saunders 

Waters William C. captain, house 10 Carpenter 

Waters William D. merchant, house 6 Pleasant 

Waters William R. house 10 Carpenter 

Watson Charles, cooper, house 6 Hardy 

Watson Daniel P. currier, house 10 May 

Watson Edwin P. clerk, 44 Derby, house 5 Hardy 

Watson Elizabeth R. milliner, house 412 Essex 

Watson Fenton, saddler, 1 Boston, house 412 Es^ex 

Watson Frances, dress maker, house 9 Salem 

Watson Jane Mrs. nurse, house 42 Summer 

Watson John, mariner, house 5 Hardy 

Watson Lucy F. teacher, house 412 Essex 

Watson Mary Mrs. house 412 Essex 

Watson Mary, teacher, house 412 Essex 

Watson Nelson, mariner, boards 30 Derby 

Watson Otis, saddler, 1 Boston, house 412 Essex 

Watson Thomas R. ostler, house rear 212 Essex 

Watts Charles, baker, house 26 Turner , 

Webb Benjamin, merchant, Webb's wharf, house 100 Essex 

Webb Charlotte, house 104 Essex 

Webb Eliza Mrs. house 67 Essex 

Webb Hannah, house 14 Carlton 

Webb Harriet Mrs. nurse, house 9 English 

Webb Harriet N. Mrs. house 1 Summer 

Webb Henry, mason, house 22 Hardy 

Webb Joanna Mrs. house 9 Jeffrey court 

Webb John F. captain, house 8 Union 

Webb John K. merchant taUor, 197 Essex, h. 45 St. Peter 

Webb Joseph Mrs. house 27 Brown 

Webb Joseph B. boat builder, house 23 Hardy 

Webb Joseph H. sec'y Essex Insurance Co. house 27 Brown 

Webb LydiaMrs. house 23 Hardy 

Webb Sally, house 17 Norman 

Webb Samuel, clerk Merchants' Bank, house 11 Fickman 

Webb Stephen, cashier Mercantile Bank, 7 Central, h. 81 Essex 

Webb Stephen P. counsellor and notary public, 150 Essex, 

boards 33 Summer 
Webb Thomas, shoe cutter, house 10 Allen 
Webb William, jr. Mrs. house 74 Essex 



162 BALEX [W] DIBECTOBT. 



Webb William, apothecary, 54 Essex, house 62 do. 

Webber Abigail, house 29 Williams 

Webber George, rope maker, house 13 Gardner court 

Webber Georee H. mariner, house 8 Gardner court 

Webber Josiui W. captain, house 6 Bentley 

Webber Mary P. tailoress, house 29 Williams 

Webber Sarah S. tailoress, house 29 Williams 

Webber William A. clerk, 162 Essex, house at Beyerly 

Webster Abby A. dress maker, house 47 Wash 

Webster Abigail Mrs. boarding, 47 Wash. 

Webster Cal^ & Son (C. A. Webster)^ hats, caps, and furs, 

226 Eesex, house 20 County 
Webster Caleb A. (C Webster & Son), house 1 Rust 
Webster Daniel B. {Brooks Sf Webster), house 99 Essex 
Webster Edward A. (F. Ckoate ^ Co.), house 47 Washington 
Webster Edward C. merchant, house 20 County 
Webster Elizabeth Mrs. house 99 Essex 
Webster John C. mason, house 99 Essex 
Webster Noah, machinist, house 8 AndoTer 
Webster Peter E. Mrs. house 91 Bridge 
Webster Bollin, trader, house Prospect 
Wedgewood Josiah, trader, boards 47 North 
Weed John, house 10 Bath 
Weeden Tiddeman H. mariner, house 18 Charter 
Weeks Alpheus, engineer, house 76 North 
Weeks Dudley, L. & L. R. R. boards 29 Derby 
Weeks William, gardener, house Leach 
Weeks William, jr. carpenter, house 8 Dearborn 
Welch Aaron, farmer, house Neck 
Welch James, laborer, house Mill, near Endicott 
Welch John, teamster, house 60 Derby 
Welch John, laborer, house 4 Elm 
Welch Mar^ Mrs. house 6 Gerrish court 
Welch Patrick, laborer, house Odell square 
Welch Patrick, boot maker, house 26 Ward 
Welch Thomas, currier, house 126 Boston 
Welch William, laborer, house 4 Elm 
Welch William, mariner, house 6 Turner 
Wellington Mercy Mrs. nurse, house 28 Church 
Wellington Sarah, nurse, house 3 Cambridge 
Wellman Abigail Mrs. house 76 Derby 

Wellman Charles W. clerk, 272 Essex, house rear 18 Chestnut 
Wellman Deborah Mrs. house 16 School 
Wellman Timothy A. shoe maker, house 101 North 
Wellman Yirgdl 0. shoe maker, house 46 Broad 
Wells George W. machinist, house 3 Spring 



6AI.BM [W] DIBBCTOKT. 16S 

Wells James, coach painter, foot of Spring, house 3 do. 

Wells John, cigar maker, house 15 Briggs 

Wells Lucius. 34 Water,, house 22 Liberty 

Wentworth Nelson R. house 5 Salem 

West Benjamin A. {John A. 3^ B. A, West), house 69 Lafayette 

West Benjamin F. painter, house 125 Essex 

West Elizabeth, house 404 Essex 

West Elizabeth, widow of Thomas, house 25 Essex 

West George, merchant, 13 Fish, house 14 Elm 

West George Mrs. house 69 Lafayette - 

West John, farmer, house 120 Lafayette 

West John A. & B. A. merchants, 13 & 14 Fish, h. 69 Lafayette 

West Jonathan, farmer, house 129 Lafayette 

West Matthew C. painter, house 69 Essex 

West Nathaniel, house 9 Summer 

West Rebecca Mrs. house 1 Northey 

West Richard, house 7 Summer 

West Samuel, book binder, 175i^ Essex, house 20 North 

Weston Charles, tanner and currier, rear May, h. 30 Boston 

Weston Eliza Mrs. house 3 Hardy 

Weston Green L. i>rincipal Phillips School, boards Essex Ho. 

Weston John, mariner, house 35 Derby 

Weston Nathaniel, merchant, house 9 Brown [Essex 

Weston Phineas R. paper and paper stock, 14 Water, h. 46 

Weston Robert, curner, house 9 May 

Weymouth C. A. tailoress, house 4 Walnut 

Whalen Michael, currier, house 86 Boston 

Wheatland Benjamin, treas. New Market Manufac Co. 172 

Essex, house 374 do. 
Wheatland George, counsellor, 1 Market ct. house 374 Essex 
Wheatland Henry, physician, house 374 Essex 
Wheatland John, laborer, 5 Derby sq. house foot of Northey 
Wheatland Richard, inspector C. H. house 106 Derby 
Wheatland Richard H. student, house 364 Essex 
Wheatland Simeon J. porter, 173 Essex, house foot Northey 
Wheatland Stephen G. house •J74 Essex 
Wheeler Asa, 12, 13 & 14 Market House, house 4 Broad 
Wheeler Benjamin S. provsions, 1 & 2 Market House, house 

at Danvers 
Wheeler Charles H. principal Saltonstall School, b. 10 Liberty 
Wheeler John, city watchman, house 26 Dearborn 
Wheeler John, grocer, 44 Old Boston Road, house 45 do 
Wheeler Michael S. captain, house 81 Derby 
Wheeler Sarah, widow, house 78 North 
Wheeler William H. currier, house 56 Broad 
Whipple Albert (S. Whipple ^ Brother), house 23 Turner 

14 



164 BASMU [W] DIBBOTOBT. 



Whipple Ch&rlet J., Traders' Bank (B.)> house 2 AndoTer 
Whipple George M. derk, 190 Bstex, house 2 Andoyer 
Whipple Henry, books, charts, and paper hangings, 190 Esaex, 

house 2 Andover 
Whipple H. O. Mrs. house 358 Essex 
Whipple {John) & Fellows {liraei), iumiture waxehoase, 199 

Essex, house 31 Turner 
Whipple John H. sail maker, house 31 Turner 
Whipple Jonathan Mrs. house 33 Turner 
Whipple J. Loyett, turner, 37 Turner, house 33 do. 
Whipple Stephen & Brother, Gum Copal Works, 35.Tumer, 

nouse 12 Hardy 
Whipple Willis B. clerk, 11 Water, house 33 Turner 
White Benjamin R. {Rtmell St White), house 62 Washington 
White Daniel A. judge of Prooate, house 46 Washington 
White George F. captain, house 10 Forrester 
White Jacob A. painter, house 9 Rust 
White John, musician, house 75 North 
While Joseph, house 44 Harbor 
White Mary Ann, widow, house East Webb 
White Mary S. beards 66 Harbor 
White Thomas, Obtler, house 15 Ash 
White William, shoe maker, house 4 Melcher court 
Whitford Mary, tailoress, house 31 Marlboro' 
Whiting Asa A. baker, house Cedar 
Whiting Mary A. Mrs. boarding house, 1 Sewall 
Whitman Charles, gas fitter, boards North Riyer House 
Whitmore Anna, teacher, house 73 Bridge 
Whitmore Benjamin {Emerson Sg W.), house 73 Bridge 
Whitmore Samuel, shoe maker, house 22 Becket 
Whitmore Stephen, house 73 Bridge 
Whitmore Stephen, jr. house 68 Bridge 
Whitmore William W. cordage manufacturer, h. 11 Oliyer 
Whitney {Richard S.) & Tuttle {H. A.), carriage and harness 

makers, 50 Washington, boards Essex House 
Whitney William W. 20 Derby square, house 23 Salem 
Whittaker William, carpenter, 9 Fish, boards 7 1-2 Wash. 
Whittemore Charles C. machinist, house 7 Cherry 
Whittemore Samuel, oil dealer, house 1 Breed 
Whittredge Thomas C. merchant, house 101 Federal 
Whowell Richard, house 13 Prince 
Wiggin Abigail Mrs. house 1 County 
Wiggin Asa, teamster, house 76 Summer 
Wiggin Asa A. cabinet maker, house 1 County 
Wiggin Caroline A. boards 60 Harbor 
Wiggin Edward N. shoe maker, boards 142 North 



8A.LB1C [W] DIBECTOBT. 156 



Wi^i^u George F. laborer, house 4 Allen 

Wtf^t^in Joseph W. tailor, house 19 County 

Wi^'L^in Levi, provisions, 91 Essex, hoUse 26 Howard 

WiE^i^in Mark, house 31 Norman 

Wi^'i^in Nathaniel, house 48 Endicott 

Wi^^in Peirce L. house 9 Daniels 

WiRi^in Samuel, shoe maker, boards 142 North 

"Wiy;jin Thomas Mrs. house 7 Elm 

WiLj^'in Thomas O. house 7 Elm 

M i]e/ John'L. house 87 Federal 

Wiley Moses, captain, house 44 Harbor 

Wilder M. Hale Rev. house 12 Howard 

Wilkins Albert, tanner, 50 Boston, h. 81 Federal [Williams 

Wilkins Charles, blacksmith and horse shoer, 28 Liberty, h. 15 

Wilkins Charles R. captain, house 84 Derby 

Wilkins Hezekiah, mariner, house 61 Derby 

Wilkins Hezekiah, jr. yarnish makef , house 61 Derby 

Wilkins James W. farmer, house 37 O. B. Road 

Wilkins Jason, carpenter, house 12 Lemon 

Wilkins John G. teamster, house 92 Boston 

Wilkins Rufus P. painter, house 92 Boston 

Willard Ora H. currier, boards 5 May 

Willey William, clerk, 14 Front, house 13 Ash 

Williams Abraham, laborer, house 9 Bath 

Williams Andrew, hair dresser, 6 Arrington's building, house 

10 High street court 
Williams Charles F. captain, house 5 Munroe 
Williams George, captain, house 29 Beckford 
Williams Hannah W. Mrs. fancy cake baker, house 4 Creek 
Williams Henry, shoe maker, house North Pine 
Williams Henry, shoe maker, house 52 O. B. Road 
Williams Henry L. merchant, house 342 Essex 
Williams Hiram, cooper, boards 29 Harbor 
Williams Israel P. captain, house 19 Chestnut] 
Williams John, jr. cooper, house 29 Derby 
Williams John B. consul, Auckland, N. Z. h. 19 Chestnut 
Williams John S. Mrs. house 3 Federal court 
Williams Lydia Mrs. house 19 Chestnut 
Williams Mary Ann, house East Webb 
Williams Mary E. teacher of drawing, 157 Essex 
Williams Phoebe, house East Webb 
Williams Remember, house 5 Creek 
Williams Ruth, house 12 Broad 
Williams Samuel, laborer, house 61 Old Boston Road 
Williams Samuel, mariner, house 19 Chestnut 
Williams Seth, book agent, boards 11 Ash 



156 BALBM [W] DI&BGTO&T. 

Williams Thomas, shoe maker, house 23 Turner 

Williams Thomas, mariner, house 36 Salem, near Everett 

Williams Thomas, laborer, house 22 Becket 

Williams Thomas F. laborer, house 8 Porter 

Williams Urban R. currier, house rear 95 Boston 

Williams William, physician, house 32 Federal 

Williamson Mary Mrs. nurse, house 7 Elm 

Williamson Thomas, cooper, house lo Essex 

Willis George G. painter, house 16 Oliver 

Willis John, captain, house 16 Oliver * 

Willis John G. clerk, house 82 Essex 

Willis Thomas, weaver, house 10 South 

Williston Samuel P. cabinet maker, 52 Endicott, house do. 

Williston Samuel S. variety store, 52 Endicott, house do. 

Willoughby Charles D. boot maker, house 17 Daniels 

Willoughby Eben, house Warren, near Turnpike 

Willoughby Proctor, house Warren, near Turnpike 

Wilson Bloomfield, farmer, house 13 Gedney court 

Wilson Daniel, tanner, house 28 Boston 

Wilson Edward, mariner, house 4 Hardy 

Wilson Edward, clerk at W. H. Palmer^s, h. 16 Howard 

Wilson Felton, clerk, 177 Essex, bds. at M. H. Wilder's 

Wilson George, shipwright, house 20 Charter 

Wilson George H. snoe maker, 95 Mason, house do. 

Wilson Hugh, gardener, house 11 North Pine 

Wilson Jacob, mariner, house 32 Bridge 

Wilson James, laborer, house 24 Water 

Wilson John, machinist, house 2 Water 

Wilson John O. wines and liquors, 23 Front, h. 10 Upham 

Wilson Nancy Mrs. seamstress, house 18 River 

Wilson Prudence Mrs. house 45 Broad 

Wilson Thomas, mariner, house Cedar 

Winchester Jacob, house North Pine 

Winn Arthur, laborer, house 24 Dearborn 

Winn Benjamin L. brewer, Front, cor. Washington, h. 24 Mill 

Winn John D. captain, house 8 River 

Winn Joseph, captain, house 53 Federal 

Winn Joseph R. captain, house 57 Lafayette 

Winn Mehitable, house 8 Bentley 

Witherell Sarah, boards 70 Harbor 

Witham Nicholas, shoe maker, house Essex, near Webb 

Woffenden Stephen, boards 67 Harbor 

Wogan Michael, coachman, house 19 Briggs 

Wogan Rosa Mrs. 7 Marlboro* 

Wood Andrew P. gardener, house 39 Buffum 

Wood George, shoe maker, house 12 School 



SALEM [Y Z] DI&ECTOBT. 167 



"Wood George W. laborer, house 30 St. Peter 

Wood' Leonard S. shoe maker, house 135 North 

Wood Samuel P. shoe maker, house 17 School 

Wood William P. shoe maker, house 14 Norman 

Woodbury Elizabeth, house 21 North 

Woodbury Ezra {Perkins S^ TF".), house 16 Northey 

Woodbury Israel, teamster, house 108 Boston 

Woodbury James, tanner, house 18 Breed 

Woodbury Margaret, house 21 North 

Woodbury Nath'l, boot maker, 86 Derby, h. 1 Woodbury's ct. 

Woodbury Susan Mrs. house 19 Northey 

Woodbury Susan A. Mrs. house 14 Northey 

Woods Ephraim, house 122 North 

Worcester Jonathan F. teacher, Franklin building, house 31 

Pleasant 
Worcester Samuel M. Rev. D. D; house 6 Carpenter 
Worling Edward, laborer, house 3 Ward 
Worling William, captain, house 10 North court 
Wormell Catharine, seamstress, house 26 Forrester 
Worster Phoebe Y. boards 66 Harbor 
Worster Rozilla Mrs. physician and accoucher, 13 St. Peter 
Wotton Jane D. tailoress, house 4 Walnut 
Wright Charles, mariner, house 8 Creek 
Wright David, fish dealer, 22 Derby square, h. Porter lane 
Wright John, shoe maker, house 44 Broad 
Wright Peter E. grocer, Derby, cor. Carlton, h. 42 Essex 
Wright Samuel U. blacksmith, house 7 Webb 
Wright Sarah Mrs. house 3 Salem 
Wright Sylvia Mrs. house 7 Webb 
Wyatt Simon, teamster, house rear 62 Bridge 
Wyman Elizabeth Mrs. h. Lafayette, n. Marblehead line 
Wyman Humphrey B. confectioner, 294 Essex, h. 6 Cambridge 
Wyman Isaac, counsellor, house Lafayette 
Wyman Matilda F. milliner and dress maker, 161 Essex, h. 20 

Howard 
Wyman Rufus, house 37 O. B. Road 
Wyman William W. house Lafayette 

YARRINGTON RICHARD H. captain, house 12 Vine 
York John, teamster, house rear 21 Cedar 
Young Aaron C. carpenter, house 17 Daniels 
Young Isaac, clerk, 12 Market, house 6 Jeffrey court 
Young John H. mariner, house 13 Andrew 
Young Stephen, laborer, house 12 Ward 

ZIMMERMAN JOHN A. tobacconist, West place, h. 62 Bridge 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

OF THE 

OZTY OF 8AL£M, 

In which the ProfeMlom and Trades are alphabetically 
arranged. 



Agricultural Tools. 
Hale Henry, 215 Essex 
Goldsmith, Newcomb & Farless, 
186 Essex 

Apothecaries. 
Barton Gardner, 6 Newbury 
Berry N. W. 9 Washington 
Brown & Price, 226 Essex 
Emerton James, 123 Essex 
Farrlnffton Geo. P. 350 Essex 
Harris Nath'l B. 143 Essex 
Pinkham Chaa. H. 288 Essex 
Pratt Henry J. 141 Essex 
Putnam George, 275 Essex 
Webb William, 54 Essex 
Stone Jas. Jr. 81 Lafayette 

Arehitect. 
Conner R. 16 Wash, {teacher) 

Auctioneers. 
Bettis J. A. 10 Derby square 
Colman Benjamin, 26 Front 
Innis John A. 18 Beckford 
Johnson S. S. 14 Front 
Needham T. 9 Liberty 
Nichols George, 42 Washington 
Shepard Israel D. 34 Front 

Bakers. 
Ball William, 22 Central 
Batten 11. 89 Essex 
Brown Daniel, 8 Mill 
Dowst David, 28 Broad 
Gardner Simon, 24 Turner 



Hardy T. 86 St. Peter 
Munroe G. H. 68 Washington 
Pease & Price. 13 High 
Pratt Leonard, 29 Brown 
Preston John, 54 Summer 
Sanger Edward, 416 Essex 
Stow & Tibetts, hd. Philipps wf. 
TurellB.F. 63 Derby 

Baths. 
Kimball J., North, n. the bridge 
Eust Horace, 80 Forrester 

Bedstead Kanu&cturer. 
Turner Briggs, LaG range 

Blacksmitlis. 
Andrews Gilman, Prospect 
Bassett E, H. Forrester, n. North 
Calley Wm. 38 Forrester 
Cutts Benjamin, 8 Sewall 
Cutts Bichard, Endicott, c. Mill 
Goodell A. C. r. 25 Front 
Goodhue J. B. 8 Cambridge 
Kenny George, Pope's court 
Nichols John, 45 Union 
Parsons John J. r. 103 Federal 
Perry Francis L., Phillips' whf. 
Plummer Moses, r. 21 Nortbey 
Pomeroy Arab, 4 Ropes 
Potter Daniel, West place 
Stoddard D. & B. 51 Harbor 
Svraonds Dean C. 33 North 
Very Nath'l. head of Derby whf. 
Walton Josioh jr. 116 Boston 
Wilkins Charles, 28 Liberty 



Boarding-HoiiBM. 
Bain Joeiah, 14 St. Feter 
Bowie James, 66 Harbor 
Bowditch H. 247 Esfiex 
Collinii J. (seamen's) 14 XeptuBO 
Converse A. Mrs. 40 Water 
Copeland H. 7^ Washington 
Grmbn E (£«awMn'«) 16 Vine 
HanopsoB Henry, 68 Harbor 
Haraden S. L. 64 Harbor 
Harris S. A. 268 Essex 
Hovey Wm. C. 60 Harbor 
Jordan Allen, 70 Harbor 
More Wm. 6 Market conrt 
Rollins Sarah J. 21 Lafayette 
Seaver Richard, 66 Harbor 
Spiller J.P.61 Harbor 
Stanliey T. 8 Pleasant 
Staples John, Jr. 58 Harbor 
Upton Eben, 25 Lafayette 
Webster A. Mrs. 47 Wasbin^on 
Boat Builden & Spar Makers* 
Beadle Joseph, rear 41 Derby 
Becket k Fellows, foot of Dan'ls 
Leech William, 47 Water 

Bonnets. 
Paine J. A. 153 Essex 

Book Binders. 
Ives W. & S. B. 232 Essex 
Perley J. jr. & Co. 189 k 191 Essex 
West Samuel, 17&| Essex 

Booksellers & Stationers. 
Brooks D. B. 193 Essex 
Creamer George, 161 E^sex 
Ives W. & S. B. 232 Essex^ 
Perley J.jr. & Co. 189 & 191 Essex 
Putnam Francis, 186* Essex 
Whipple Henry, 190 Essex 

Boot and Sboe Dealers. 
Averell & Low, 76 Boston 
Barlow John, 149 Essex 
Bosson & Glover, 14 Lafayette 
Buswell Eben, 196 Essex [saU) 
Dalton J. & Son 28 Front (wAofe- 
Driver 8. 16 Wash. & 84 J Front 

(wholesale) 
Ferguson T. B. 40 Union 
Gomes Joseph, 15 Front 
Henderson 8. jr. 21 St. Peter 
Larrabee S. N., Beach 



Lee George* W., Vine, c. Liberty 
Palmer cfhaa. & Co. 216 £saex 
Perley John, 256 Essex 
Plummer M. J. lir " 
Plummer Z. H. 14 
Rhodes C. 46 Derby 
Richardson Jeremiah, 218EflSQix 
Shea Thomas, 278 Essex 

Boot and Shoe JCakers. a 
Ashby R. R. 21 Salem 
Ashby J. J. 2Sewall 
Benson C A. 18 Derby square 
Beadle Josiah, 6 Lemon 
Brown Benjamin, 12 East 
Browne J. A. 31 Wash 
Bryant J. Johnson, 27 Norman 
Buifum D. C. 19 Buffum 
Buffum Edward S. 19 Buifum 
Daland B. 6 Higginson square 
Dodge Wm. M.T Lemon 
Ellsworth Wm. E. 12Bttfnun 
Field Geo. W. 61 Boston 
Flowers & Goodhue, Broad, oor. 

Summer. 
FloydS. P. 70Esflez 
Hay J. A. 35 Brown 
Knight Wm. 5 North 
Law Geo. 5 Wash. 
Mason G. F. 96 Mason 
Meady D. F. 42 Peabody 
Nick C. 8. D. 35 Brown 
Parshley N. H. 18 Latayette [bers) 
Peabody D. R. 24 Winthrop(nrf». 
Pbipps Geo. W. 12 Norman 
Punchard J. P. 24 Winthrop, 

(ndider boot manuf.) 
Shatswell Moses, 28 Charter 
Symonds & Brothers, 117 North 

"Vwanu/".) 
Wood Samuel P. 17 School 
Woodbury Nathaniel, 86 Derby 
Botanic Physicians. 

Jordan C. C 158 Essex (mesmeric) 
Morgan Charles B. 8 Ash (eclectic) 
Patten J. R. 10 Crombie 
Worster R. (female) 13 St. Peter 

Brewer* 
Winn BenJ. L., Front, c. Wash. 
Brokers. 
[Real Estate and Stock ] 
Nichols Geo. 4^ Washington 



160 



8ALBX DZBBOIO&T. 



PdraeN.KSBBBez 
SheptfdLD. 84 Front 
Bxiok lUknr. 
Ftttnam Jos. 10 Franklin 
Cabintt lUken. 
Appleton N. 80 Derby 
Averill Jmmes K. 112 Ebmx 
Grant Joshua B. 48 Boston 
Henderson Isaac L. es Derby 
Henderson fc Kimball, 88 Wash. 
Hubon Henry, 24 Charter 
Lambert Porter. 296 Essex 
Pitman Mark, m E^sex 
Sanderson John, GO Federal 
Turner Briggs, LaGranjre st. 
Very Nathaniel, 2d, 84 North 
Wallis Joseph, 29 Lafayette 
Whipple fc Fellows, 199 Essex 
Williston S. P. 62 Endicott 

Carponten and Buildera. 
Batchelder Wm. Jr. 26 Forreste^ 
Blinn George, 12 Lafayette 
Brooks John, Derby whf (skip) 
Brown Ephraim, 20 Church 
Brown George, (Mtp buikUrj) 49 

St. Peter 
Brown Jonathan k Son, 8 Water 
Brown h Upton, 7 Walnut 
Carlton J. F.foot of Friend 
Choate A. B. 5 Fish 
Coffin C. South railway {»kip) 
Danforth J. A. 46 Union 
Danforth S. G. Margin n Endicott 
Dennis Devereuz, Jr. 85 North 
Dickson Augustus. 81 North 
Dickson Thomas, Jr. 87 North 
Edwards J. B. 15 Herbert 
Edwards Johns 8 North 
Elwell & Day, N. Steam Co.'s wf 
Fitz J. l,.AahmjointT) 121 Derby 
Fuller £. P., Fine 
Gardner & Walker, 6 Fine 
Gifford T. J. & Co. 81 North 
Goodhue M. rear 26 Essex 
Goldthwait & Day, r. 16 Lafayet. 
Hadley Lewis, 887 Eraex 
Hale Pemberton, 12 Mill 
Hermon Wm 91 Liberty 
Hill & Kehew, 41 Forrester 
Honeycomb & Jewett, 6 Charter 
Honeycomb Thomas P. 8 North 



Honeyoomb Wm. H. 14 Cross 
Jones Wm. 21 Water 
Knight Thorndike, 74 Wash. 
Leavitt Walter 10 Lafayette 
Leavitt H. D. 27 Liberty 
Lewis Samuel, («Afp) Gardner 
Lov^oy John, 108 Essex 
Kehew A. Jr. Forrester, n. Wash 
Masury John, {ak^noright) Tuck- 
er's wharf 
Melcher Edward, 88 North I 

Mcrse Ebenezer, r. 128 Lafayette 
Moulton N. P. 5 Mechanic 
Norris Walter, 27 Liberty 
Osbom Aaron, 14 Winter 
Palmer Charles, Beckford 
Peabody James M. 88 North 
PerkiDS E. B. 11 Cherry 
Perkins fc Woodbury , 14 Forrest'r 
Porter J. G. 16 Herbert 
Putnam A. P. r. 60 Boston 
Smith Aaron, Jr. 8 Howard 
Smith James A. 10 Walnut 
Stickney Chas. T., Tucker's whf 
Stickney R., Tucker's wharf 
Stiles Dean, 23 Harbor 
lllton Samuel D. 10 Lafayette 
Warren G. H. 80* North 
Whittaker Wm 9 Fish 
Williston S. P. 62 Endicott 

Carpetings. 
Goldthwait M. Jr. & Co. 228 Essex 
Goldthwait Willard, 156 Essex 
Pulsifer D. & J. 25 Front {painted) 
Pulsifer N. 9 Spring {painted) 

Carriage Buildeni. 
Chamberlain H. 117 North 
Henfield Amos. Endicott, n. Mill 
Loring Edward D , West place 
McIntireH.6Sewall 
Stocker John W. rear 9 Church 
Whitney fc Tuttle, 60 Wash. 

Carver. 
True Joseph, 84 Mill 

Cigar Dealer* 
Davis H. W. 280 Essex 

Cigar Makers. 
Bartlett Frederick B. 18 Front 
Battis fc Brown, 110 Derby 



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Laflkey k JEUohards, 1 South, 

{snuf) 
Fousland T. D. 28 Ward 
Skinner B. h Son. 80 Marlboro' 
Smith Wm. K. m Derby 
Sherwin Wm. 21 Williams 
Zimmerman J. A., West plac e 

Clbi^yukon* 
Babcock Wm B., Pleasant, cor. 

Briggs 
Cook Wm. 8 Charter 
Cole M. 81 Harbor 
Carlton Michael JOJ Vine 
Dean Myron M. 22 Dearborn 
Dwinell Israel £. 40 Summer 
Eaton Wm. H. U Mall 
Emerson B. 877 Essex 
Emerson Geo. H. 80 Harbor 
Fisher Ebenezer, 28 Andrew 
Flint James, 8 Brown 
Frothingham O. B. 5 Carpenter 
Hewitt S. C. 11 Andrew 
Hoppin J. M. 890 Essex 
Jones Thomas, 10 High st. court 
Mills B. C. 15 Beckford 
Osier Lemuel, 11 Elm 
Perkins J. W. 18 Pickman 
Stone T. T. 860 Essex 
Thompson J. W. 88 Chestnut 
Wilder M. H. 12 Howard 
Worcester S. M. 6 Carpenter 
Very Jones, 76 Federal 

Clooks. 
Goldsmith, Newcomb k Farlessi 

186 Essex 
Clothing &/ FnniBhing Gooda. 
Bates & Perkins, 175 Essex 
Carlton & Merrill. 228 Essex 
Carpenter D, P. 206 Essex 
Chaney James, 211 Elssex 
Dodge George, 122 Derby 
Edwards Bei^. 10 Front 
Eraser John, 217 Essex 
Griffin E., Liberty, cor. of Vine 
Palmer Wm. H., Central, cor. oi 

Lafayette 
Perkins & Brown, 1 Neptune 
Seaverns George W. 24 Wash 
Sibley G. V., Central, c. Charter 
Simmons A. F. 196 Essex [Front 
Smith Geo. U. 12 Wash, fc 86 



ClothB and Cassimeres. 
Henfleld John, 12 Front 
Coach Trimmer. 
Osgood Thaddeus, West place 
Coal and Wood. 
[See Wood and Bark ] 
Brooks A. T. 117 Derby 
Dike John, 88 Water 
Dodge J. L. 17 Lafavette (bark) 
Grover John, Brookhouse wharf 
Hatch L. B. 118 Derby (bark) 
Heeney & Clark, 19 Water 
Hunt Joseph, Hunt's wharf 
Pickering William, 29 Peabody 
Sanborn G fc F. T. 115 Derby 

CoflOn Warehome. 
Hubon Henry, 24 Charter 

Confectionen. 
Crocker S. P. 208 Essex 
Estes G. W. 10 Newbury 
Simon J. 160 Ef^sex 
Wyman H. B. 294 Essex 

Consul. {Britiah.) 
Burchmore Z. Jr., 119 Derby 

Cooperf. 
Arrington Joseph A. 20 Peabody 
Dalrymple Simon O. 4 Derby wf. 
Florence, Farley & Co. 86 Cedar 
Getchell BenJ. W. head of Phil- 
lips' wharf 
Goodwin & Bowell, Webb's whf 
Kehew Samuel, 47 Union 
Low Blchard, 27 Peabody 
Merrill J. & Son, 60 Union 
Nichols Wm. H., Brook house's wf 
Boundey Thomas, 10 Lafayette 
Story Daniel, 6 Cambridge 

Copper &/ Brats Fonnders. 
Jackman & Goss, Phillips' wharf 
Waters Andrew S. 6 Franklin 

Connsellors. 
Andrews George, 160 Essex 
Barstow BenJ. 169 Essex 
Brown N. Jr. 160 Essex 
CheverGeo. F. 24^ Washington 
ConollyH.L. 146 Essex 
Endicott William C. 160 Essex 
Huntington A. 24^ Washington 



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Kimball JDuiiel, 2» Pleuiant 
Kimball £. W. over 174 Essex 
King J. G. 236 Kasex {eomtms- 

turner ofinsalveiuy) 
Lord Nath'l J. 194 Eenex 
Lord Otis P. 27 Washington 
Northend k, Choate, 24^ Wash. 
Osgood J. B. F. 286 Essex 
Perkins B. C. 1751 Esrax 
Phillips Stephen H. 160 Essex 
Roberts D. over 174 Essex {mas- 
ter m chancery f eommissiouer for 
Maine. 
Rogers Angnstus D. 150 Essex 
Story Augusta/), 27 Washington 
Thorndike L. 1754 Eosex 
Waters Joseph (/. 150 Essex 
Webb Stephen P. 150 Essex 
Wheailand Geo. 1 Market eotui 

Crooknry, Olaas, and Eartli- 

en Ware. 
Bowditch Wm. A. 221 Essex 
Brooks Asa, 120 Ensex 
Ropes Timothy, 214 Essex 
Simonds S. C. fc E. A. 82 Front 
Gurrien- 
[See Leather Dressers, &c.] 
Allen Ephritim, Proctor eourt 
Austin William, 61 Boston 
Bott James, 27 Boston 
Bott John C., Pope's court 
Brayden James, Pope's court 
Brewster Ira A. 11 Franklin 
Carter & Riley, rear 44 Boston 
Conrey James H. 7 Franklin 
Conway Hugh, 69 Mason 
CaIlitonJohn,Milldam 
Davis Warren P. 58 Boston 
Dale Joseph 56 Boston 
Evans Alvah A. 40 Xorth 
Frye Daniel, 45 Boston 
Gould C. P., Milldam 
Harrington Charles, 47 Boston 
Haskell Daniel C. 11 Goodhue 
Hegarty Jeremiah. Goodhue 
Hodgdon Geo. C. 82 Boston 
Hodgdon 8. 82 Boston 
Horton Nathaniel, 11 Franklin 
Huse John, 59 Boston 
Johnson Samuel, 18 Beaoh 
Keazer Albert, 28 Boston 



Keaiity William, rear 420 Bk« 
Looby Thomas, Milldam 
Morse fc Allen, rear of 44 Boston | 
MahonyJeremlab, 49 Boston 
Martin Wm. P. 85 Boston 
McCarty Michael, 12 Franklla 
MeGeary James, 67 Mason 
Newton John H. 9 Franklin 
Nichols Thomas, Goodhue 
Noah Samuel, Jr. 84 Boston 
Pitman J. C 8 Pope-s court 
Pitman N. 24 Boston 
Porter BenJ. P. 18 Frankln 
Pratt £li«iha, Frye 
Putnam Jacob, 68 Boston 
Rupp Andrew, rear 88 Boston 
Stimpeon J. C. 89 Boston 
Sanborn James, 8 Franklin 
Thorndike Wm. D. Proctor ct. 
Treadwell Nath'l R. 11 Franklin 
Turner Charles W. 4 Goodhue 
Tuttle Nathaniel, 21 Boston 
Tuttle William; rear of 25 Boston 
Varney W. D. at S. 82 Boston 
Walden Joseph F. 60 Boston 
Weston Charles, rear May 

Dairaenreotype Artifts. 
Bowdoin D. W. 208 Essex 
Moulton J. W. 188 Essex 
Snell William, 1 Central 

Dentists. 
Batchelder J. H. 167 Essex 
Bowdoin W. L. 206 Essex 
Farnum Joseph, ir. 266 Essex 
Fisk Joseph £. 11 Washington 
Hurd W.W. 247 Essex 
Robinson J. A. 20 Washington 

IMstillm. 
Hodges S. R. 17 Elm [tune 

Stone B W. 150 Essex & 22 Nep- 

Andrews Mary B. 24 P.* Peter 
Bennison Mary, 7 Pleasant 
Baker H. B. 48 Harbor 
Bowditch R. 871 Essex 
Bullock S. 78 Derby 
Burnham Sophia J. 51 Summer 
Davis Hannah L. 11 Ash 
Dewing Dolly, 2 Lynde 
Dimond Abigail, 10 Lynn 
Dookham M. A. 886 Essex 



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Farrington L. M. rear 9 Aborn 
Goodhue Priscilla, 66 Wash. 
Groce Sophia, 8 Lynde 
Golden Dora, 1 Mason court 
Hilts J. C. Mrs. 46 Endicott 
Harvey M. 6 Pratt 
Henderson Olive L. 4 Rost 
Jelly Mary H. 12 Wlnthrop 
Lampson M. P. 260^ Essex 
Mansfield N. fc F. l8 Crombie 
Mclntyre Mary, 12 Carpenter 
Millett Sarah L 88 Forrester 
Norris E. A. 8 Church 
Norcross R. C. 26 Ward 
Parsons Catharine, 4 Walnut 
Potter Dolly, 848 Essex 
Phelps Harriet, 86 Norman 
PillsDury Lucy Ann, N. Pine 
Pollard Sarah A. 8 Liberty 
Pool Lucy A. 8 Lynde [ions) 
Potter Sarah C 248 Essex i/ash- 
Saunders Lydia, 6 Norman 
Trofatter Mary E 10 Ash 
Webster Abby A. 47 Washington 
Watson Frances, 9 Salem 

Dry Goods- 

SilkSf fi^au^, Hofiiery, Gloves j ^e. 
BatchelderH. 202 Essex 
Bray Ann R. 6 Federal [siery) 
Chamberlain R. H. 286 Essex (ho- 
Choate F. & Co. 222 Essex 
Colman B. 9 Derby square 
Dix Asa C. 240 Essex 
Downing Thomas & Co. 173 Essex 
Foster & Price, 220 Essex 
Gavetfc Charles, 276 Essex 
Gavett Wm. R. 192 Essex * 
Goldthwait M. jr. & Co. 223 Essex 
Goldthwflit Willard, 166 Essex 
Hill Georee C. 210 Essex 
Hill W. k R, 288 Espex 
Palmer Wm. W. 177 Essex 
PaineJ. A. 153E8aex 
Ropes E. G. 866 Essex 
Rust Benj. T. 52 Harbor 
Shepard Eli/abet h, 284 Bssex 
Shepard J. B. ft S. D. 162 Essex 
Shillaber 3-243 Essex 
Wallis H. 868 Essex 

Dyer. 
Roles Samuel, Jr. 7 Franklin 



Fancy OoodB. 

CkmibSj Toysy ^c, ^e. 
Babcock & Remond, 18 Wash 
Davis H. W. 280 Essex 
Potter Sarah C. 248 Essex 
Rogers S. F. 272 Essex . 
Skerry Francis. Jr. 184 Essex 
Smith & Chamberlain, 201 Essex 

Fish. 
Dill & Pratt, 64 Union 
Preston & Co., Phillips' wharf 
West J. A. & B. A. 14 Fish {dry) 
Wright David, 22 Derby square 

Floor & Grain. 
Ball Wm. 22 Central 
Brooks A. T. 117 Derby 
Chandler J. T. 6 Bond {meal) 
Dodge E. & Co. 10 Peirce's wharf 
Howard & Ricker, 119 Derby 
Prime, Kenny & Co., City Mills 
Ropes R. W. & Co. ll Water 
Sanger & Reynolds, 20 Front 
Standley S. S. 13 Front 

Fmit. 
Crocker S. P. 208 Essex 
Davis P. 10 Lafayette 
Dodge John, 104 Derby 
Marks John & Son, 287 Essex 
Nourse Ebenezer. 41 Wash. 
Peckham J. 187 Essex 
Philbrook John D. 140 Essex 
Rogers S. F. 272 Essex 
Stevens Wm. 18 Derby square 

Famitnre and Feathers- 
Henderson & Kimball, 38 Wash. 
Jewett John, 261 Essex 
Manning & Sargent, 286 Essex 
May C. W. 274 Essex 
Wallis Joseph, 205^ Fssex 
Whipple & Fellows, 199 Essex 

Gas Pipes and Fiztoree. 
Barnes Wm. 144 Ei^sex 
Miller T. H. 26 Washington 

Gunsmith. 
Perry H. B. Bfaney 

Hair Dressers. 
Babcock James, 16 Wash. 
Cooper D. J. 184 Derby 



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Ca8seII John, T^^TaMh. 
Gardner B. 4 Central 
Horey Geo. H. 5 Liberty 
Lander B. 9 St Pe^er 
Putnam J. H.175i Essex 
Ro88 Nathaniel, 10 Boston 
Rowe J. 8. 85 Wa4«h. cor. E^sex 
Willanw A. 6 Arrington Block 

Hair Work, Wijs, &*c. 
Potter Sarah C. 248 Essex 
Putnam C. E 175 J Essex 
Remond & Babcock, 18 Wash. 
Skerry F. jr. 184 Essex 
Worster R. 13 St. Peter {manuf.) 

Hardware. 
Adams k Rlcliardson, 207 Essex 
Brooks Asa, 120 Essex 
Chase William, 206 Essex 
Goldsmith, Newcomb & Farless, 

186 Essex 
Hale Uenrv, 215 Essex 
Peele Robert, 282 Essex 
Ropes Timothy, 214 Essex 
Simonds S. C & E. A. 32 Front 

HamesB Makers. 
Bennett Charles F. 9 Church, 

(trunks) 
Bennett G W. 821 Essex 
BuflTum Edward, 19 Buffum 
Chipman John, 424 Essex 
Connell Martin,7 St.Peter {trunks) 
Coombs F. 73 North 
Maynes Wm. 35 Wash, {trunks) 
Morse N. P. 68 Wash. 
Osgood Thaddtus, West place 
Price Kben N. 237 Essex {trunks) 
Tufts Palmer, 121 Boston 
Tuttle H. G 36 Boston 
Watson Fenton, 1 Boston 
Whitney & Tuttle, 50 Wash. 

Hats, Gaps, Furs, &c. 
Cook Humphrey, 233 Essex and 

83 Wash. 
Kimball Wm 209 Essex 
Maynes Wm. 35 Wash. 
Osborne Stephen, 183 Essex 
Webster C. & Son, 226 Essex 

Hay. (Bnndle.) 
Brown S. Jr. fc Sons, 86 ]!7orth 



Horse Shoers- 
Clark James, West place 
Harding David, rear 26 Front 
Wilkins Charles, 28 Liberty 
Insurance Agents. 
Nichols George, 42 Wash. 
Peirce N. 166 Essex 
Shepard I. D 34 Front 
Whipple H. 190 Essex 
Jewellers. 
Smith & Chamberlain, 201 Essex, 
{manuf.) 

Laoes and Trimmings. 
Brill C. 1. 148 Essex 
Firth & Clark, 174 Essex 
Paine J. A. 153 Essex 

Lamps and Camphene. 
Hale Henry, 215 Essex 

Lead and Pipes. 
Newcomb B. & G. L. 18 Peabody 
Waters Andrew S. 6 Franklin 

Leather and Morocco Dressers 

and Golorers. 
Draper Wm., 16 O. B. Road 
Arnold Edward B. 3 Pope's ct. 

Livery Stables. 
Church Samuel. 5 Laboratory 
Leavitt J. S. rear Essex House 
Littlefield Edson L., West place 
Price John, 10 Norman 
Pendar Simon, 60 Wash. 
Mclntire S. J. Mechanic 
Bobbins T. A.a32 Boston 
Smith Sc Manning, 212 Essex, 9 

Hamilton & 47 Washington 
Tuttle John, 36 Boston 

Lnmber. 
Austin Eleazer, 16 Lafayette 
Buffum David. 9 Front 
Farnham J. M. 12 Fish {Hme) 
Goodhue Wm. 34 Water 
Pickering Wm. 29 Peabody 
Smith Amos, 6 Water 
Smith H. B. 3, 5 & 7 Water 
Thayer Oliver, 45 Water & 16 

Peabody 
Ward H.B. 20 Peabody 



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Machinists. 
Goodell A. C. rear 25 Front 
Kewcomb Geo. L. 18 Peabody 
Norfolk Ed. L. J^aumkeag Steam 

Co.'sYard 
Trask BenJ. 15 Harbor 

Mahogany. 
Prime, Kenny & Co., City Mills 

Manufkcturing Companies. 
Forest Kiver Lead Co , Geo. 

C. Chase agent, 145 Essex 
Newmarket Manufacturing Co., 

B. Wheatland treasurer, office 

172EPsex 
Salem Laboratory Co., Geo. 

Nichols agent, 42 Washington 

Marble Mannfactnrers. 
Brown Henry, 7 Turner 
Jackson N. 11 St Peter 
Lord A. & D., Market wharf 

Masons and Golorers* 
Cushman & Flint, 12 Fish 
Dustin B. F. 5^ Front 
Fowlor George, 2 St. Peter's ct. 
Haskell Jacob, 18 Ward 
Hay ward Aaron, 76 Federal 
Hay ward Josiah, 48 Federal {fur- 

I fMCtS) 

Hurd Thomas, 24 Hathome 
I Kennedy Elbridge, 89 Mason 
I Moulton Frederic, 85 Federal 
Neal Jonathan, 12 Broad 
Reynolds John P. 18 Northey 
Bicker Morrill, 54 Endicott 
Roberts Wm. 19 Federal 
Roberts Wm. S. 12 St. Peter 
Russell fc White, St. Peter court 
Slocum E. 4 Hardy 
Stone George, 12 Prescott 
Stone James, 27 Green 

Merohants. 
Bertram John, Central wharl 
Brookbonse R. 165 Essex 
Brookhouse R. Jr. 165 Essex 
Chever J. W., Phillips' wharf 
Cusbinglsaac, 118 Derby 
Fabens BenJ. 58 Water 
Fabens BenJ. Jr. 68 Water 



Hodges John, Webb's wharf 
Hoffman Charles, Central whf. 
Howard John, Derby wharf 
Kimball E. D. 58 Union 
Merritt D. 14 Wash, {fmoardine) 
Moore David, 145 Erssex 
Neal Wm. H. 150 Essex 
Nichols Isaiah, 145 Essex 
Peabody George. 11 Water 
Peele J. W., Phillips' wharf 
Phillips, Goodhue & Bowker, 

Phillips' wharf 
Pickman Wm. D. 150 Essex 
Pingree T. P. 61 Union 
Putnam Edward, Derby wharf. 
Quarles Samuel, 15 Neptune 
Savory George, 14 Water 
Shatswell Joseph, 23 Front 
Shepard Michael, Central wharf 
Shepard M. W., Central wharf 
SilsbeeB. H. 150 Essex - 
Silsbee John H. 150 Essex 
Stone a W. 150 Essex 
Upton BenJ. 15 Derby wharf 
Upton H. P. 15 & 16 Derby whf 
Upton James, 68 Union 
Upton Luther, 68 Union 
Upton Robert, 63 Union 
Ward A., Central wharf 
Webb B., Webb's wharf 
W est George, 18 Fish [Fish 

West John A. & B. A. 13 & 14 

Milliners. 
Bigelow & Herrick, 278 Essex 
Buxton Thomas, 256 Essex 
Chandler A. B. 158 Essex 
Cran^ Rebecca, 264 Essex 
Draper A. 260 Essex 
Duncklee E. 295 Essex 
Felt M. D. 7 Central 
Fletcher R. C. 164 Essex 
Foster M. L. 268 Essex 
Foster & Price, 220 Essex 
LeMaster S. E. 245 Essex 
Morrill & Walker, 246 F.ssex 
Morse L. 3 St Peter 
Norris E, A. 8 Church 
Paine J. A. 158 Essex 
Perley Lucy Ann, 271 Essex 
Putnam H. P. 168 Essex 
Wyman M. F. 161 Essex 



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KvfioSlon. 
Bmenon fc Whitmore, 146 Emox 

Hnnoriw. 
Ives John M. 12 Dearborn • 
Holland Porter, Grove 
Manning Robert, 83 Dearborn 
Putnam C. F., Orne 
Hnrses- 
Anderson Mary, 14 Turner 
Archer Sarah .816 Eaaex 
Barker Ruth, 8 Walnut 
Barron Phoebe, Short street ct. 
Beggs Sarah, 8 Hardy 
BeFry Abagail, h. 88 Derby 
Burbank ifannah Mrs. 20 Conant 
Burke Mary Ann, 14 Briggs 
Burrlll Mury Mrs. 31 Boston 
Burnham E. G. 18 Northey 
Call T. A. Mrs. U Carlton 
Carroll Hannah, 12 Lynde 
Cheever M. P. 83 Federal 
Clement Mary, 97 Essex 
Cox Mary G 16 High 
Creasy M. 16 Essex 
Crosby Sally, 8 Andover 
Curran Hannah, 12 Lynn 
Gushing Nancy P 22 Lynde 
Dalrvmple Rebecca, 99 Essex 
Daniels Lucy Mrs. 7 South 
Davis Anstiss, 2 Winthrop 
Derby Susan, 2 Dow 
Dockham Elizabeth, 26 Essex 
Emerson Pamiilla, 21 Soulh 
Emerson Rhoda Mrs. 13 Allen 
Gerry Elizabeth, 11 Bath 
Grover Susan, 23 Winthrop 
Hamilton B. Mrs. r. 10 Chusch 
Hammond Hannah. 12 Winth'p 
Hart Rosanna, 14 Harbor 
Jenness Susan F. 13 River 
Kimball Mary, 15 Breed 
Knight Elizabeth, 42 Summer 
Lancaster Abigail, 16 Becket 
Lamphere Judith Mrs., Sutton 
Larrabee Sarah, 23 North 
Laughlin Lydia A. 20 Charter 
Lee F. Mrs. 10 Peabody [man 
MoNeal Margaret Mrs. 80 Nor- 
Millet Sarah, 12 Beckford 
Morrill Bfary Mrs. 6 Howard 
Nelson Mary H. 23 Hardy 



Nimblet Eliza, 875 Essex 
Nowell Phoebe, 1 Federal 
Peabody Sally, 2 Ash 
Pitman Harriet, 14 Norman 
Redding Elizabeth, 24 Mechanic 
Richar&on L. A. 2 Forrester 
Rogers Mary, 21 Mall 
Russell Susan, 59 Endicott 
Ryan Dorcas, 10 BriggH ^ 
Seawark Eliza A 8 Charter 
Smith Eunice, 31 Williams 
Stanton Mary, 16 County 
Swasey Hannah, 27 Forrester 
Thatcher Lucinda Mrs. 7 Norman 
litcomb Sally, 46 Federal 
Towne Ann, 10 Gardner court 
Trefren Betsey M. 1 Salem 
Tufts Sarah, 15 High street court 
Umber Catharine, 3 English 
Watson Jane, 42 Summer 
Webb Harriet, 9 English 
Wellington Mercy, iJ8 Church 
Wellington Sarah, 3 Cambridge 
Williamson Mary, 7 Elm 
Kotaries Public. 
Punchard John, 168 Essex 
Webb Stephen P. 150 Essex 

Oil and Oaadlos. 
Goldsmith, Newcomb & Earless. 

186 Essex \ufaUurer) 

Griggs Sam'1,15 Lafayette, (man- 
Smlth C. A. & H. W. 64 Harbor, 

{numuf.) 

Oyitors and BefrMfamenta- 
C^tes G. W. 10 Newbury 
Farmer P. 6 Derby square 
Martin John N. 25 Market square 
Morris J. B., West place 
Morris W. R. 6 Washington (sq. 
Newcomb & Holbrook, 18 Derby 
Paige J. S. 20 Derby square 
Shearman James L. 14 Derby eq. 
Smith C. Jr. 8 Washington 
Painteri. 

HOUBB AND SIQV. 

Abbot Philip, jr. rear 9 Church 
Ames Edward B.-8 Sewall 
Calley Samuel, 74 Washington 
Carey Joseph W 9 Boston 
Copeland Geo. W. over 275 



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Felt E. 8d, 66 I>ert>]r 
Felt John G. 27 Front 
Ferguson J. B. 841 Eaaex 
Ferguson S. & Son, 9 Beckford 
Gage & Simondt), 26 Neptune 
Hardy Augustus, 85| North 
Henderson Joeeph, 3 Liberty 
Kimball fc Skerry, 8 Neptune 
Lowd Mark, 8 North 
Mansfield Joseph, 9 Lafkyette 
Messervy John, 34 Lafayette 
Nichols & Fulsifer, 61 Boston 
Pearson David, jr. 16 Lafayette 
Pulsifer D. & J. 26 Front, (cofpet) 
Pulsifer N. 9 Spring {carpet) 
Rhodes J. W. 16i Central 
Symonds J. Shove, 21^ Waah. 

OA&BUQK. 

Burbank E. G^ West place 
Burbank S. 8 Cambridge 
Davidson Moses, 7 Boston 
Dodffe Luke £., Endicott, n. Mill 
Welfi James, foot Spring 

poaTaAiT. 
Osgood Charles, 7 Central 
Southward George, 113 "" 

SION AND ORNAMElfCAL. 

Felt John G. 27 Front 
LuFcomb William H. 841 Essex 

Paints, Oil, and GlaM. 
Felt John G. 27 Front ri86 Essex 
Goldsmith, Newcomb & Farless, 
Pullsifer D. & J. 26 Front 
Simonds S. 0. fc £. A. 82 Front 

Paper Hangings. 
Creamer George, 161 Essex 
Ives W. & S. B.282 Essex 
Simonds S. C. & £. A. 82 Front 
Whipple Henry, 190 Essex 
* Paper Hangers. 
Abbot Philip Jr. rear 9 Church 
Felt J. G. 27 Front 
Lowd Hark, 8 North 

Periodical I>epot8. 
Chandler L fc Co. 4 W^ashington 
Moody William H. 87 Wash. 
Whipple Henry, 190 Essex 
Phyiieians. 



Choate George C. S. 288^ Essex 
Cox Benjamm, jr. 23 Norman 
Colby Isaac, 24 8t. Peter 
Floto Henry. 266 Essex 
Holyoke E. A. 6 Newbury n Eteex 
Johnson Samuel, 14 Brown 
Mack William. 1 Central 
Peirson A. L. 9 Barton square 
Peirson E. B. 11 Barton square 
Perkins George A. 129 Essex 
Prince William H. 224 Essex and 

40 Federal 
Quimbv Elisha, 18 Marlboro' 
Stone James, jr. 81 Lafayette 
Treadwell J. G. 9 North 
Tuttle H. C. 89 Federal 
Wheatland U. 874 Essex 
Williams William, 82 Federal 

Plumbers. 
Clarke John fc Sons, 4 St. Peter 
Jackman & Goss, Philips' wharf 

" Printers. 
Chapman fc Palfray, {Sakm Reg- 

istery) 186 E sex 
Foote Caleb, (£iBi«m 6azeti<,)191 



Hutchinson T. J. 176^ Essex 
Ives Wm. fc Co. I Salem. Observer.) 

228^ Essex 
Porter William, {Eshx County 

Freeman^) 1 Market court 

Craiff fc GrifTen, 8 Lafayette 
Daniels Stephen, 88 Marlboro* 
Elliot Isaac, 8 fc 4 Market House 
Howard fc Ricker, 119 Derby (saU 

provisions) 
Lawrence Daniel S. 41 Derby 
Harden Eben W. fc Co., Franklin 

Market 
Melzeard T. 17 St. Peter [ions) 
Millet D. Jr 67 Derbv (saUprovis- 
Ober Samuel, 22 Derby square 
Pickering fc Holden, South Mar- 
ket, 87 Lafayette 
Plander John G. 116 Derby 
Bead John, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 Mar- 
ket House, {butter andfntU) 
Bose J. jr. 6 and 6 Market Honie 
Sawyer Asa,17 fc 18 Market House 

Amlfh 1}n>wii^ AA onil AA 1VnH:h 



Tufts 8. C. 47 Derby [ House 

Ward Alfred aTiS & 16 Market 
Wheeler Asa, 12, 13 & 14 Market 

House 
Wheeler B. S. 1 & 2 Market House 
Wiggln Leri, 91 Essex 

Public HoTues. 
City Hotel, 277 Essex, Clark & 

Fuller [vitt 

Essex House, 176 Essex, J. S. Lea- 
Mansion House, 188 Essex, I. A. 

Merriam 
Market Hotel, 12 Derby square, 

Abbott & Getchell 
Naumkeae House, 60 O. B. Road, 

L. Dearborn 
North River House, 61 Forrester, 

L. Putnam & Co. 

Pump and Block Makers. 
Donaldson A. 6 Neptune 
Felt Benjamin, jr. 118 Derby 
Russell X jr. 48 Union 
BeBtoraton. 
Chandler D. 16 Derbysqaare 
Chandler L. & Co. 4 Washington 
Colcord Stephen, 8 Higginson sq. 
Friend F. 17 Derby square 
More Wm. 6 Market court 
Oldson Joseph, 6 Washington 
Osgood S. B. 20 Derbpr square 
Peckham Joshua, 187 Essex 
Railroad Oyster Saloon, Wash. c. 

Norman 
Silver J. 9 Derby square 
Thatcher £ 127 Derby 



Berrv Charles H. 20 Derby wharf 
Phillips George, 10 Peirce's wharf 

Rubber Goods. 
Chapman William H. & Co. 188^ 

Jacksen J. G. 28 Ward, {manuf.) 

Bail Makers. 
Crocker Josiah, Phillips* wharf 
Felton James, 61 Water 
Holden N. & Co. 7 Derby wharf 
Kemp 8., Peabody's wharf 
Lane £. B. 67 Union 



Sask, Blind, and Boor Makers. 
Newell Joseph, 7 Front 
Phelps Wm. & Sons, 12 Federal 

Ship Chandler. 
Howard J. C. & Co. 185 Derby 

Soap Mana£actarers. 
Robertson S. W. & Co. 44 Boston 
Stanton John, 114 Boston 
Stair Builders. 
Brown George, jr. 8 Northey 
Kendall Alva, 32 Endicott 
Steam Sawing and Planing. 
Bulfum David, 9 Front 
Prime, Kenny & Co., City Mills 
Tilton S. D., Front, c. Lafayette 

Tailors and Drapers. 
Bates & Perkins, 176 Essex 
Brown & Davis, 290 Essex 
Chamberlain S. jr. 29 Wash. 
Cornelius & Lefavour. 178 Essex 
Derby Henry, 32 Washington 
Edwards Benjamin, 10 Front 
Eraser John, 217 Essex 
Jones S. G. 8 Front 
Hannam Thomas, 64 Boston 
Lecraw John, 17 Derby 
Melcher J. A. 89 Washington 
Perkins J. S. & Son, 182E8sex 
Purbeck William A. 267 Essex 
Quinn Thomas, 19 Vine [ter 

Siblev Moses H., Central,c. Char- 
Smith & Cole, 244 Essex 
Webb John K. 197 Essex 

Tailoresses. 
Daland Joanna, 12 & 14 Beckfbrd 
Goldthwait Misses, 20 O. B. Road 
Knight Anna, 7 Cross 
Knight Sarah, 6 Ash 
Mclntyre Misses, 86 Norman 
Peabody H. £. 2 Ash 
Porter Ann B. 6 Ash 
Reed E. A. 4 Woodbury's court 
Richardson Lydia, 27 Norman 
StanifordC.H. 26 North 
Walker Mary, 16 High st. court 
Webber Misses, 29 Williams 
Whitford Mary, 31 Marlboro' 

Tanners. 
Bond Lewis, 13 Goodhue 



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109 



Bott Junes, 27 Bostoa 
Brewster Ira A. 11 Franklin 
Buxton Joseph, 11 Goodfaoe 
Carleton Edward F. 14 Franklin 
Carleton i>'razier, 14 Franklin 
Cnlliton John, Milldam 
Dalton J. A. 60 Boston 
Davis John dd. Beach 
Hanson E. A. 18 Grove 
Frye Joseph S., Goodhne 
Frye Stephen N., Frye st. 
Gioney John, 14 Beach 



Johnson Samuel, 18 Beach 
Kenney Wm., rear 420 Essex 
Looby Thomas, Milldam 
Lord James, rear 96 Federal 
Lord James A.. Prospect 
Maloon Wm., Goodhue 
McCarty Michael, 12 Franklin 
Nichols David, Pope's court 
Nichols Daniel F. rear 44 Boston 
Nichols Geo. Jr. rear 45 Boston 
Nichols Samuel, Goodhue 
Nichols Wm. F., Prospect 
Noah Samuel, jr. Goodhue 
Osbom B« C, Abom, n O. B. Road 
Osbom Richard S., Ahorn, near 

O. B. Road 
Osgood N. W., Goodhne 
Osgood N. W. Jr. Goodhne 
Plummer WiUmm, 12 Franklin 
Poor William, Goodhue 
Pope Eleazer, rear 87 Boston 
Porter & Frye, 48 Boston 
Porter Benjamin P. 18 Franklin 
Putnam James S., Goodhue 
Putnam Jacob, 88 Boston 
Rupp Andrew, rear 33 Boston 
Stimpson J. B. 89 Boston 
Straw Isaiah, Mason 
Turner Calvin, 4 Goodhne 
Varney W., D. & S., 82 Boston 
Weston Charles, rear May 
Wilkins Albert, 60 Boston 

Teftehera. 
Connor R. 16 Wash, (arehiteeture) 
Couch Emeline, 82 North 
Davis R. J., Phelps et. {danting) 
Emerson L. 0. 8 Mast, {muk) 



Emelio M. 7 Central, (musie) 
Fairbanks Lorenzo, 167 Essex, 

{Book'kuping and Writing) 
Hart J. 167 Essex 
Hay ward Eliza, 76 Federal 
Ison E. Q. 80 North, (mitfic) 
Johnson M. S. r. 167 ]ussex,(««iM»e) 
Lang BenJ. 49 Lafayette, {muaie) 
Leavitt W.IGB&thBtlnoiTigation) 
Mann Elizabeth, 108 Federal 
Horse F. W. 400 Essex, {music) 
Morse E. A. 128 Lalkyette, (muaie) 
Peabody Harriet R. 87 North 
Price Mary B. 4 Presoott 
Quimby A Jif .18 Marlboro*,(mi<nc) 
Read Gea F. 80 Buffum [Lynde 
Very Washington, North, corner 
Worcester Jona. F. 81 Pleasant 

Teamsters. 
Allen B. & J. P. 21 Front 
Brooks A. R., Derby wharf 
Dah-ymple James, 109i Derby 
Evans A. 43 Derby 
Gordon & Sumner, 180 Derby 
Haines J. K. 1 Laftivette 
Mclntire S. J., Meonanlo 
Pickering James, 42 Water 
Pitts Dariinff, 6 Front 
Swain P, 6 Water 

Telegn^ Office. 
Richards WilHam F. 22^ Wash. 

Tin Plate ani Sheet Iron Werk- 

ers, StOTes, &«. 
Chase William, 206 Essex 
Chipman A. H. & E. M. 847Ei8ex 
Chlpman R. M. 386 Essex 
Dearborn Charles A. 119 Boston 
Frothingham N. fr T. H. 89 ft 81 

Front 
Fuller E. 28 Neptnne 
FuUer Wm. P. b Washington 
Pease Samuel W. 128 Derby 
Preston Jonathan, 12 Central 
Ropes John T. ft Co. 17 ft 19 Front 

Turners. 
Clapp L. ft A., Frontu3.?La£Ryette 
Parker John H., City Mllhi 



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Undertakan. 
Dame John, 56^ Broad 
Larrabee Benjamin, 10 Norman 
Neal John U. rear 917 Essex 
Stone S. 14 Creek 

Upholsteren. 
Farrant R. U. 283 Ebx., (deeoroHve) 
Lamson Asa, 296 Essex 

TTpholftereis- 
Holt S. C. 9 Bust 
Watehmalnni and JeweUen- 
Archer William, Jr. 188 Essex 
CogswellwJ. C. & U. 179 Essex 
Carrier Edmund, 181 Essex 
Goodhue John, 162 Essex 
Lakeman E. K. 180 Essex 
Lamson Charles, 234 Essex 
Luscomb John G. 147 Essex 
Mewhall F. A. 10 Derby sq. 
Smith Jesse, 262 Essex 
Smith & Chamberlain, 201 Essex 
Warner Caleb, 179 Ebx. ^spectacles) 

WMt India Ooods. 

Bartlett A. 82 Derby 
Barton William C. 8 Brown 
Battis & Brown, 110 Derby 
Berry George E. 44 Essex 
Biokford T.T. 86 Bridge 
Boardman D. 89 Derby 
Brooks Luke, Jr. 26 Water 
Brooks fc Webster, 121 Essex 
Brooks N. H. 26 Water 
Bullock Isaac S. 71 Derby 
Burke I. H. 2 Federal 
Calef John. 26 Washinffton 
Chamberlain John, 8 Washington 
Chamberlain S. & Son, 24 Front 
Chandler J. D. 86 Federal 
Dodge George, 122 Derby 
Dodge John, 104 Derby 
Foster I. P. 109 Derby 
Gardner D. B. 14 Front 
Goldthwait J. E. 12 O. B. Road 
Grant John, 18 Boston 
Gray William B. 16 English 
Gwinn T. W. 410 Essex 
Hardy T. 86 St. Peter 
Howard John C. & Co. 186 Derby 
Howard & Bicker, 119 Derby 
Innis J. A. 18 Beckford 



Jones Amos. 28 Water 
Kimball £. D. 66 Harbor 
King James, 21 Yin^ 
Lamson Asa, Jr. 102 Bridge 
Lawrence D. S. 41 Derby 
Lindsey Bichard, 17 South 
Mann J. B. 61 Boston 
Marks John k, Son, 287 Essex 
Millet D. Jr. 67 Derby 
Murphy William, 816 Efesex 
Noyes Enoch K. 6 Front 
OdlinElisha, 98 Derby 
Payne Samuel, 12 Mill 
Purbeck Aaron, Jr. 18 Church 
Prime James M. 116 North 
Quarles Samuel, (uiAofesaZe) 14 and 

17 Neptune 
Salem Independent Protectiye 

Association, 3 High 
Sanger & Reynolds, 20 Front 
Shaw J. N. 6 Boston 
Sibley Joseph, 14 Mill 
Simonds Samuel, 4 Newbury 
Smith Bobert, 46 North 
Stanley M. O. 891 Essex 
Stevens William, 13 Derby square 
Symonds Beivjamiu B. 109 North 
Symonds Samuel, Jr. 49 North 
Symonds Thomas, Jr. 74 North 
Stickney M. A. 107 Boston 
Swindles Charles. 26 Lafayette 
Tufte S. C. 47 Derby 
Very John, 22 Boston 
Walton Ebenezer, 89 Mason 
Waters Thomas S. 27 Summer 
Ward Thomas B. 60 Boston 
Wheeler John, 44 O. B Road 
Williston S. S. 62 Endicott 
Wilson J. O. 23 Front 
Wright Peter E.,Derby,c Carlton 

Wharflngen. 
King James, Derby wharf 
Shepard S. W., Central wharf 

Wheelwrights. 
Barker Joseph W. 81 Liberty 
Dodge John W. 81 Liberty 
Henfleld Amos, Endicott, n. Mill 
Noah John, Proctor court 
Noah S. 101 Boston 
Pardv Charles, 108 Federal 
Patch I. H. 7 bewail 



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171 



Spiller John P. 81 Liberty 
Wines and Liqnon* 
Gardner D. B. 14 Front 
Haraden 8. 15 Market square 
Remond John. 16 Derby square 
Walker Abbott, jr. & Co. 5 Derby 

square 
Wilson J. O. 23 Front 
Wood and Bark. 
[See Coal, kc] 
Alden Lott, 121 Derby 
Ames Peter, Derby wharf 
Dike John, 83 Water 
Brown S. Jr. & Sons, 86 North 
Kimball N. A. 58 Union (bark) 
Prime, Kenny & Co., City Mills 

{hard iQood) [wharf 

Parshley C, Naumkeag S. Co.'s 
Putnam Nathan, 50 Water 
Standley S. S. 13 Front 
Miscellaneous. 
Bark Mill— Joseph S.Frye, Frye, 

near Goodhue 
£ark ^ Grist JIfitf— William Fiye, 

Goodhue, near the Milldam 
Oiair Manufactory— J. Kimball, 

111 Essex 
Cigar Box Manufacturer— J OBB]^h 

Walton, 127 Boston 
Coach * Cab Office— M. A. Shack- 
ley, 8 Central 
Curled Hair Factory— E. Lord & 

Co. 20 Bridge 
Feather Bed Eenovater—J. Good- 
hue, 274 E<<8ex 
Gum Copal Works— &. Whipple & 

Brother, 36 Turner 
Gymnasium— B., J. Edwards, 160 

Essex 
Intelligence Office— B. Butman,23 

St. Peter 
Iron Foundry- J. K. & S. Smith, 

foot of Gardner street, South 

Salem 



Iron Fence £m&fer— Daniel Potter* 
West place 

Jtin^— Geo. Crafts, Webb-s wharf 

Last Sf Pattern Maker— B. Hitch- 
ings, 7 Washington 

Line and Ttoine Manufcxturers — 
Joseph Chisholm, 18 South.— 
James Gwiun, 88 Bridge 

Mapsy Charts, ^c, for ^Mariners— 
Henry Whipple, 190 Essex 

Masons^ MatencUs—S. S. Standley, 
18 Front '* 

Musical Instruments— D. B. Brooks 
193 Essex 

Nautical Instrument Maker — Sam- 
uel Emery, 12 Water 

Paper and Paper Stock— F. R. Wes- 
ton, 14 Water 

Patent Cordage— T. Chisholm, 22 
Water 

Picture Frame Maktr and Gilder — 
X. H. Shaw. 291 Essex 

Plaster— E.Doage & Co. 10 Pierce's 
wharf 

Repairers of Clocks. Keys^ Locks. 
Door-BeilSy and Plates— W. C. 
Hale, 9* St. Peter. C. E. Hutch- 
inson, Z8 Neptune 

Rubber Works— J. G. Jackson, 28 
Ward street 

Seamen^s Chest Maker— J. G. Por- 
ter, 15 Herbert 

Shipping Office— E. Griffen, Liber- 
ty, corner Vine 

Shoe Tool Manufacturers. Nonrse 
East Webb 

Stone Cutter— John E. Fisher, 
Dodge's wharf 

UmbreUa I^Iakers — John B. Brown, 
819 Essex. Firmin Ottignon, 
58 Washington. F. Waters, 91 
Derby 

Veterinary Surgeon — Wm. Saun- 
ders, 6 Buffum 

Waiter and Tender— ThoTD»& Drew, 
18 Derby square 



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CITY OOVERNMENT. 



NATHANIEL SILSBEE, Mayor. 
Stbven B. Ives, ) i 

John Dwyer, > Aldermen. - 

Thomas Tbask, j ( 

Common Council. 



Salary, $800. 
John Bussell, 
Aaron Perkins, 
Joseph Dalton. 



Benjamin Wheatland, President, 
Ward 1. — Thomas Needbam, Lemuel B. Hatch, E. K. 
Lakeman, Simeon 0. Dalrymple. John Whip- 
ple, Horace L. ConoUy. 
" 2. — Augustus Story, Henry B. Smlth,William Hunt, 
I^hemiah Brown, Jr., Augustus T. Brooks, 
William S. Roberts. 
" 8. — Charles M. Richardson, Nathaniel K. Allen, 
Joseph Andrews, Andrew M. Chipman, John 
Jewett, John B. Shepard. 
" 4. — Benjamin Wheatland, Joshua Phippen, Joseph 
B. F. Osgood, Edward H. Dalton, Edward fi. 
Arnold, Ephraim Annable. 



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dTT OFFICERS. 

aty Clerk -^Joseph Clontman. Salary, $600. 

Clerk of Common Council — Nathaniel Cleaves* Salary, $100. 

Trecuurer and Collector —Joseph Felt. Salary, $700. 

City Marshal— J^Athn D. Symonds. Salary, $500. 

Orn'r of Streets— William Roberts. Salary, $300. 

Messenger — William Mansfield. Salary, $300. 

Ward Officers. 

Ward 1. — Jonathan Tucker, Warden. Franklin T. San- 
born, and Abner E. HUl, Assistants, James A. 
Farless, Clerk. 

** 2. — Stephen Whitraore, Jr., Whrden. George Kim- 
ball, and Stephen B. Ives, Jr., Assistants. Sam- 
uel H. Batchelder, Clerk. 

•* 8. — Joseph Chisholm, Warden. Andrew M. Chip- 
man, and John Jewett, Assistants. John S. 
Jones, Clerk. 

*♦ 4. — Stephen Daniels, Warden. George F. Brown, 
and James A. Dodge, Assistafits. Benjamin G. 
Odell, Clerk. 

Overseers of the Poor. — The Mayor and Aldermen, 
and Messrs. L. B. Hatch, William Hunt, Nathaniel K. Allen, 
Edward B. Arnold. 

Dr. George C. S. Choate, Physician to Alms Bouse. 
John Carlton, Chaplain " " 

Benjamin Scott, Keeper ** ** 

Assessors. — Jonathan Perley, Nathaniel Appleton, 
Jonathan Tucker. Salary, $250 each. — 

Assistant Assessors. — George West, Thomas M. Saun- 
ders, Nathaniel B. Mansfield, William Goodhue, Leonard B. 
EDEirrington, James Chamberlain, Francis Brown, Luther Upton. 

School Committee. — Nathaniel Silsbee, Benj'n Wheat- 
land, ex-oflicio ; George F. Brown, Thomas Cole, Geo. C. S. 
Choate, Joseph Chisholm, 0. B. Frothineham, Wm. R. Gavett, 
Stephen B. Ives, Jr., Warren M. Jacobs, William Kimball, Thos. 
H. Lefavour, Wm. F. Nichols, Charles F. Putnam, Joseph H. 
Phippen, George A. Perkins, Thomas Symonds, Jr., Jonathan 
Tucker, Stephen Whitmore, Jr., Henry Wheatland, Samuel B. 
Walcott. 



174 8ALBM DTRBCTORT. 



Firevcards. — William Sntton, Chief Engineer ; John 
Hu^e, Nathaniel Weston. Stephen Whitmore, Jr., Wm. Chase, 
Jcw'h Winn, Wm. P. Gooahne, Engineers ; Josiah W. Getchell, 
David Hart, Stephen Daniels, Daniel Potter. William Jelly, 
S. VV. Robertson, Andrew Runp, John Waters, 8d, Albert Day, 
.Fohn White, J. Ruf^sell, Jr., Wm. B. Parker, James Upton, Jos. 
Dale, Caleb Pratt, Eleazer Pope, George Sanborn, Wm. Galley, 
Amos P. Putnam, Pemberton Hale, Samuel B. Osgood, James 
B. Goodhue, George Lee, Samuel Lewis. 

Joseph Oloutman, Secretary Board of Engineers, 

Board of Health. — The Mayor and Aldermen. Dr. 
William Mack, Visiting Physician, J. S. Perkins, Superinten- 
dent of Burials, Charles Staniford, Charles Greasey, Assistant*, 

Constables, — Nathaniel D. Symonds, Ezra Osborn, 
Thomas B. Perkins, William Mansfield, Nathaniel Reed, Thos. 
Saul, William Newhftll, Samuel Day, Charles Creasey,Geo. T. 
Cook, Joshua Foster, Robert Barr. Joseph Peterson, John 
Wheeler, John Jeffries, John H. Searle. 

Sealer of Weights and Measures, — John T. Ropes. 

Surveyor General of Lumber, — Jonathan Brown. 

Deputy Surveyors, — Amos P. Day, Nathan Putnam, 
Moses Goodhue, George A. Brown. 

Fence Viewers, — Jonathan C. Kimball, David Buffum, 
Samuel Randall, Pemberton Hale. 

Pound Keepers, — George C. Peirce, Ebenezer Morse. 

Field Drivers, — William Brown, Samuel Trofatter, 
.Tames Saunders, Jeremiah L. Ford, Coburn Tyler, William 
Peach, Asa Hood, Wm. S. Ross, J.K. Haines, Jacob Berry, 
Henry Collins, David Thatcher, Samuel Smith. 

Tithingmen. — William Gavett, Stephen Stone, Heze- 
kiah Sleeper, George Wood, Charles Staniford, Jacob Lendall, 
.Toseph Gilman, Benjamin Larrabee, George Fowler, Wm. H. 
Berry.'' 

Hayward of the Neck, — Benjamin Scott. 

TiMB OF Meeting. — The Council meets regularly on the 
second and fourth Monday of each month, in the evening. The 
Committee on Accounts on Thursday after the first Monday 
of each month, at 2 o'clock P. M. The Meetings of all the 
Boards and Committees are held in the City Hall. 



SALEM DIRECTOBT. 175 



SCHOOLS. 

LATIir AND HIGH SCHOOLS.^ 

FiSK, Broad Street, Rev. 0. B. Frothingham. Committee, 
Oliver Carlton, PrincipaL Salary $1,200. Males, 83. 

BowDiTCH, Broad Street. Thomas Cole, Committee. Rurui 
Patnam, Principal, Salary $1,000. S. B. Mills, Aaistant. 
Salary $250. Males, 70. 

Saltonstall, 157 Essex. Samuel B. Walcott, Committee. 
C. H. Wheeler, Principal Salary $1,000. Mary E. Jocelyn, 
Astistant Salary $250. Females, 100. 

GBAMMAB SCHOOLS. 

Salary of Assistant Teachers, $200 per annum. 

Bentlet, 50 Essex Street. J. Hardy Phippen, Committee, 
Mary J. Fitz, Principal, Salary $300. Anna Whitmore, Mary 
Horton, Mary. A. Coiman, Assistants. Females, 161. 

Phillips, 88 Essex street Wm. R. Gavett, and T. H. Lefa- 
vour. Committee, G. L. Weston, Principal. Salary $900. 
Robert Mansfield, Jr., Sub^principaU Salary $500. Caroline 
Roberts, Mary Jane Brown, Mary Ann Putnam, Mary I. Carlton, 
Caroline Lord, Assistants. Males, 302. 

HiQoiNSON, Beckford street Henry Wheatland, Committee, 
Emma A. Parker, Principal, Salary $300. Susan A. Clark, 
Lucy P. Innis, Elizabeth Jelly. Assistants, Females, 130. 

Hacker, Dean street C. ¥. Putnam, Com. D. P. Galloup, 
Principal, Salary $700. Mary A. Mirick, Mary L. Shepard, 
Assistants, Males, 120. 

Browne, South Salem. Joseph Chisholm, Com. Albert Lac- 
keyj Principal. Salary $700. Laura Chipman, Sarah H. 
Christie, H. M. Higgins, Assistants, Males, 84 ; females, 69 ; 
total, 153. 

Pickering, North Salem. George F. Brown, Com, William 
K. Vail, Principal. Salary $700. M. E. Foster, Lucy Ann 
Peabody, Assistants, Males, 59 ; female!^, 63 ; total, 122. 

Epbs, Aborn street W. F. Nichols. Com. Charles Northend, 
PrincipaL Salary $800. Sarah E. Cross, Assistant, Males, 49 ; 
females, 52 ; total, 101. 

PBKABT AND IHTEBMEDIATX SCHOOLS. 

Salaries of Teachers of Primary Schools, $200 ; Assistants, 
$100. Of Teachers of Intermediate, $250 ; Assistants, $150. 

District No. 1. Stephen Whitmore, Jr., QmmiUee, 

Bridge Street. Elizabeth Lord, PrincipcU, Maria Lord, As^ 
sistanL Males, 54 ; females, 87 ; total. 91. 

WUUams Street. H. N. Lord, Principal Mary A. Potter, 
Assistant Males, 55 ; females, 41 ; total, 96. 



176 BiOiBM DI&BOXOBT. 



District No. 2. Geoive A. Perkins, QmnUUee. 

BenUey Street, S. A. Brown, Principal Anna Stront, A»- 
sittanL Females, 100. 

East Street Intermediate. M. A. Bussell, Principal Ellen 
Bideont, AssittanL Males, 67 ; females, 45 ; total, 102. 

Essex f East Street. Sarah H. Stickney. Males, 20 ; females, 
85 ; total, 65. 

District No. 8. Jonathan Tucker, Committee. 

Ba^ Street, Intermediate. Mary B. Kimball. Males, 75. 

Bath Street. Mary E. Bray. Males, 66. 

District No. 4. William Kimball^ Committee. 

Browne School A. L. Ballard, Prtnc^ral. Sarah E. H. Jenks, 
Assistant. Females, 125. Mary J. May, Principal. Caroline 
May, AssistanL Males, 108. 

LafayeUt Street. Intermediate. Bebecca Grose. Males, 65. 

District No. 5. S. B. Ives, Jr., Committee, 

Marlbort^ Street, Sarah Barr, Principal G. Stevens, As- 
sistant. Males, 54 ; females, 57 ; total. 111. 

Broad Street. L. K. Grosvener, Principal Elizabeth Glover, 
Aesistamt. Males, 57 ; females, 65 ; total, 122. 

District No. 6. Thomas Symonds, Jr., Committee. 

Dearborn"^ Street. Maria Gushing, Principal Emeline E. 
Gonch, Assistant. Males, 54 ; females, 60 ; total, 114. 

North Street. £. K. Staniford. Males, 24: females, 26: 
total, 50. 

District No. 7. G. G. S. Ghoate, Committee, 

Bechford Street. F. E. N try ^ Principal Ellen Chipman, 
Assistant. Males, 68 ; females, 45 ; total, 103. 

Mason Street. Susan Dennis. Males, 24 ; females, 81 ; 
total, 55. 

Warrm Street, L. L. A. Very, Males, 86 ; females, 26 ; 
total, 60. 

District No. 8. W. M. Jacobs, Committee. 

Epes School N B. Eustis, Principal H. L. Newhall, Assist 
Males, 38 ; females, 88 ; total, 76. 

Lynde School, Old Boston Road. Elizabeth A. Thoropaon. 
Males, 29 $ femalefr, 26 ; total, 64. 

PRIVATE SCHOOLS. 

Latin and Greek Classical, No. 8 Charter Street, Rev. Wm. 
Cook, Principal. 

Two Private Schools, ono for boys and one for girls, at No. 
139 Essex Street ; Misses Peirce, Teachers. No. of males, 30. 
No. of females, 30. Total, 60. 



SALEM DntECTOBT. 177 



ENOINITCOMPANIES. 

iVew. Directors, Clerks, Location. . 

1 Keliance, J. W. Getchell, J. M. Newhall, Derby, c. Hardy 

2 Bapid, W. P. Goodhue, Joseph Upton, . Bath 

3 Belief, Albert Day, B. Lindsev, S. Salem 

4 Lafayette, John Busselljr., J. L. Whipple, Derbv,c.Daniels 
6 Nanmkeag, George Lee, Joseph Swasey, Marlboro' 

6 Exchange, Daniel Potter, William Wallis, Beckford 

7 Sntton, S.W. Bobertson,Sol. Stevens, Boston 

8 Active, John White, Wm.P.Moulton,N. Salem 

9 Constitution,Jame8 Upton, H. B. Smith, Pleasant 
10 Adams, Caleb Pratt, E. M.Dal ton, jr. Boston 

1 SailCarriage,Geo. Sanborn, A. B. Brooks, Derby, c. Hardy 

2 " " William Galley, G. A. Gardner, Marlboro' 

3 " " A. P. Putnam, Nath'l Tattle, Boston 

1 Hose « f f ; I g^«J;^^ J. C. Hamilton, Crombie 
1 Hook & Ladder, P. HaleJ Mark Lowd, Marlboro' 



FDBE CLUBS. 

ACTIVE. Gilbert G. Newhall, Moderator, Jonathan Perley, 
CUrk, Annual Meeting, third Wednesday in February. 

ADBOIT. William Goodhue, Moderator. X. H. Shaw, Gerk, 
Annual Meeting, second Thursday in January. 

ALEBT. Daniel Perkins, Moderator. John S. Jones, CUrk. 
Annual Meeting, second Tuesday in January. 

BOSTON STBEET. Thomas Nichols, 3fo(2erator. James H- 
Turner, Clerk. Annual Meeting, second Monday in January. 

ENTEBPBISE. B. L. Gordon, Jl/oderator. Wm. B. Brown, 
(Merk, Annual Meeting, second Wednesday in January. 

NAUMEEAG. Thomas Nichols, Jr., Moderator. Joseph 
Chisholm, (Uerk. Annual Meeting, first Wednesday in Feb'y. 

BELIEF. John Hill, Clerk, Annual Meeting, thkd Wednes- 
day in February. 

UNION. Bufus Putnam, Moderator. D. P. Qalloup, Clerk. 
Annual Meeting, second Monday in January. 

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178 8ALEK SI&ECTOBT. 



CHUBCHES. 

First Church, — Unitarian Congregational — organized 
1699. A brick edifice on Essex street, corner of Wasnington. 
Rev. T.* Stone, Pattor. William Mack, C/erA E. Emmerton, 
TVeofvrer. Geo. Choate, James King, 6. G. Newhall, Nathan 
Frye, J. Fiske Allen, QmmiUee. Stephen Stone, Sexton, 

Friends^, — Organized 1 65 7. A brick edifice on Pine, 
comer of Warren street. Joseph S. Nichols, Clerk; Philip 
Chase, TVeaturer ; William Chase, Joseph S. Nichols, Commit- 
tee ; Stephen A. Chase, Enoch Page and William Chase, Orer- 
teers of ike poor of the Society, 

East Church. — Unitarian Congregational — gathered 
in 1718. A freestone edifice, Washington square. Bev. James 
Flint, D. D^ Paatar, William B. Parker, Clerk and Treasurer, 
Benjamin H. Silsbee, William B. Parker, Samuel Grant, Charles 
Millett, Thomas Downing, QmmUtee ; N. Berry, Sexton. 

St, Peter's Church, — Episcopalian — gathered in 1733. 
A stone edifice on St. Peters, corner of Brown street Bev. 
.William B. Babcock, Rector ; L. Upton, Joshua Phippen, War- 
dens; John B. Fairfield, Treasurer and Clerk; Wm. Weeks, 
Lucius Wells, S. C. Clark, J. W. Getchell, Daniel R. Bowker 
and John S. Jones, Vestrymen ; George Fowler, Sexton. 

Tabernacle, — Orthodox Congregational — constituted 
1735. Place of worship, Washington, comer of Marlboro* street. 
Rev. Samuel M. Worcester, D. D . Pastor ; Samuel Henderson, 
jr., Clerk; Nathaniel Appleton, Treasurer; Amos Smith, Na- 
thaniel Rideout, Daniel Stoddard, Joshua H. Cross, William 
Thomdike, Committee ; John H. Neal, Sexton. 

North Church. — Unitarian Congregational — organiz- 
ed 1772. A stone edifice on Essex, near North street Bey. O. 
B. Frothingham, Pastor ; Joseph Cloutman, CUrk and Treas- 
urer ; George Wheatland, Jeremiah Page, Geoige West Ed 
ward A. Holyoke, E. K. Lakeman, Committee ; William Gavett 
and William H. Berry, Sextons. 

South Church. — Orthodox Congregational r- formed 
1775. Place of worship, Chestnut, corner of Cambrid^ street 
Rev. Brown Emerson, D. D., Pastor; Rev. Israel E. Dwinell, 
OfUengue ; John Chapman, Clerk ; Timothy Ropes, Treasurer / 
William Goodhue, William Archer, Charles M. Richardson, Rob- 
ert Peele, William Phelps, jr., CommiiUe ; John Dame, Sexton, 



8AL.BM DIBECTPBT. 179 



Hotoard Street Church. — Orthodox Congregational — 
formed as GoDgregational, Dec. 29, 1803 ; became Presbyterian, 
1815; returned to Congregational in 1828. Place of worship, 
Howard street Rev. M. H. Wilder, Pastor; D. B. Brooks, 
Clerk and Dreaturer; Thaddeus Osgood, Benjamin Trask, Na- 
thaniel Goodhue, Daniel Millett, Benjamin A. Gray, Commiltee ; 
Stephen O^Hare, Sexton, 

First Baptist. — Organized 1804. Brick edifice on 
Marlboro' st. Rev. Robert C. Mills, Pastor; Samuel Quarles, 
Clerk; Joseph Winn, Treasurer; Thomas Odell, Andrew 
Ward, Joseph Famum, Jr., D. F. Nichols, Edmund Currier, 
Ommttes ; Thomas Troadwell, Sexton. 

First Universalist, — Formed 1805. A brick edifice 
on Rust street Rev. Ebenezer Fisher, Pastor; Aaron Pur- 
beck, jr.. Clerk and Treasurer ; William Galley, William Hill, 
S. T. Kimball, Joseph Walden, T. H. Prime, Nathaniel Gold- 
smith, George W. Estes, Committee ; Hezekiah Sleeper, Sexton. 

St. Marias Church. — Roman Catholic — organized 
1810. Place of worship. Mall, comer of Forrester street Rev. 
James Conway, Pastor. 

Independent Church. — Unitarian Congrejational — 
organized 1824. A brick edifice. Barton square. Rev. James 
WT Thompson, D. D., Pastor; James Chamoerlain, Clerk; Sam- 
uel C. Simonds, Treasurer ; S. C. Phillips, Abijafa Northey, 
Samuel Brigss, Abraham True, Albert G. Browne, Committee / 
Benjamin F. Larrabee, Sexton. 

Bethel. — Opened in August, 1823. Present place of 
worship, Herbert street Rev. Michael Carlton, Pastor. 

Second Baptist. — Organized 1826. Brick edifice, St 
Peter street Kev. Wm. U. Eaton, Pastor ; Natlian Putnam. 
Clerk and Treasurer; Daniel Potter, Israel R. Phelps, Levi 
Wiggin, John Masurjr, Thomas M. Dix. E. G. Burbank, W. 
Batcuelder, jr.. Committee ; Benjamin Lander, Sexton. 

Crombie Street Church. — Orthodox Congregational — 
formed 1832. Brick edifice on Crombie street Rev. James M. 
Hoppin, Pastor ; D. P. Grosvenor, Clerk ; R. Putnum, TYeas 
urer; J. E. Fisk, R. P. Waters, L P. Foster, Rufus Putnam, 
Committee ; Charles Staniford, Sexton. 

Episcopal Methodist Union Street Society. — Organized 
March, 1841. Place of worship, Union street Rev. John W. 
Perkins, Pastor ; Samuel Berry, Jeremiah S. Puncbard, T. 
Pitts, IVustees ; John Hall, Sexton. 



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Wesleyan Methodist — In 1842 organized as the Zion's 
Methodist Church ; in May, 1845, as the Wesleyan Methodist 
Connexion in America. Place of worship, South street Thomas 
Jones, "Pflwior ; Bohert Daley, Thos. brew, William Colman, 
Qmmittee ; Thomas Drew, dlerk and TVecuurer, 

Second Uhiversalist — Organized June, 1844. Place 
of worship, comer of Lafayette and Central streets. Rev. S. 
C. Hewitt, Pastor; T. H. Frothingham, Ckrk; J. Lovett Whip- 
ple, Treasurer ; J. R. Smith, J. A. Robinson, J. Lovett Whip- 
ple, James A. Smith, William H. Nichols, S. S. Johnson, £. u. 
Sanger, C(»nmiUee. 

Second Advent Society. — Organized July 23, 1848. — 
Place of worship, Sewall street. Rev. Lemuel Osier, Pastor ; 
Humphrey Wyman, Clerk ; Georffe Stone, TVeasurer ; Charles 
H. Berry, Charles Willey, Eben W. Marden, Committee ; Jethro 
Blake, Sexton. 

NEWSPAPERS. 

Es8EX County Freeman. Established August 1, 1849. 
Published twice a week. William Porter, proprietor, office, 
1 Market street. Gilbert L. Streeter, editor. 

Salem Gazette. Established, weekly, 1768 ; semi-weekly, 
1796 : tri- weekly in 1847. Published every Tuesday, Friday, 
and Saturday, at 191 Essex street. Caleb Foote, proprietor. 

Salem Mercury. Established in 1831. Published every 
Wednesday, at 191 Essex street. Caleb Foote, proprietor. 

Salem Register. Established in 1800. Published every 
Monday and Thursday, by Chapman & Palfra3r, 185 Essex st. 

Salem Observer. Established in 1823. Published every 
Saturday, bv Ives & Pease, 228 Essex street. 

NEWSPAPERS IN ESSEX COUNTY. 

Amesbu&y and Salisbuby Mills.— The Villager, toeekly, 

Wobcester.— The News and Semi-weekly Messenger, Semi- 
weekly J Telegraph, Semi-weekly; The Cape Ann Light, weekly; 

Haverhill.— Essex Banner, weekly; Gazette, weekly. 
American Insurance Examiners, monthly. 

Lawrence. — The Courier, weekly; Essex County Sentinel, 
weekly. 

Lynn. — The Bay State, weekly ; News, weekly. 

M abblehead. — ^People's Advocate and Marblehead Mercury, 
weekly. 

Newburypobt. — ^Daily Herald, Daily ; Semi-weekly Herald, 
Semi-weekly; The Daily Evening Union, Daily; Christian 
Herald, weekly. 



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BANKS IN SALEM. 

Annnal meeting of the Banks in Salem, in October. 
Dividends declared, first Monday in April and October. 

ASIATIC BANK— No. 165 Essex Street. 
Capital, $200,000. Par value of Share, $28.57 1-7. 
Directors — Joseph S. Cabot, President. Nathan Endicott, Geo. 
Wheatland, G. G. Newhall, J. B. Briggs, Leonard B. Harring- 
ton, George West, Theodore A. Neal. W. H. Foster, Cashier, 
Benjamin rltman, Book Keeper. 

Discount, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Bank hours, 
9 to half past 1. 

COMMERCIAL BANK — No. 7 Central Street. 
Capital, $200,000. Par value of Share, $66.66. 
Directors — William Sutton, President. Philip Chase. John 
Bertram, W. D. Waters, J. C. Stimpson, George W. Keene, 
Michael Shepard. E. H. Payson, Cashier. Henry B. Groves, 
Book Keeper. 

Discount, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Bank hours, 
9 to half past 1. 

EXCHANGE BANK— No. 172 Essex Street. 
Capita], $200,000. Par value of Share, $56.66. 
Directors — Gideon Tucker, President. Tucker Daland, J. 
C. Lee, W. D. Pickman, Benjamin Wheatland, John Clark. 
John Chadwick, Cashier. Nathaniel B. Perkins, Book Keeper. 
Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. Bank hours, 9 to quarter 
past 1. 

MERCANTILE BANK— No. 7 Central Street. 
Capital, 200,000. Par value of Share, $100. 
Directors — David Putnam, President. Joel Bowker, Ste- 
phen Fogg, S. Chamberlain, L. Thomdike, John Dwyer, Oliver 
Thayer. Stephen Webb, Cashier, J. Hardy Phippen, Book 
Keeper. 

Discount, Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Bank hours, 
9 to half past 1. 

MERCHANTS' BANK— No. 156 Essex Street. 
Capital, $200,000. Par value of Share, $50. 
Directors — John W. Tread well. President. Benjamin Cox, 
S. C. Phillips, N. Silsbee, Z. F. Silsbee. Benjamin H. Sils- 
bee, Cashier, ' Samuel Webb, Book Keeper. 
Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. Bank hours, 9 to 1. 



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NAUMKEAG BANK— No. 154 Essex Street 

Capital, $500,000. Par value of Share, $100. 

Dirtctort^ David Pingree, PrtsidenL Henry Cook, B. W. 
Stone, P. R. Soutbwick, Jonas Warren, Asa Pingree. J. H. 
Towne, Cashier. 

Discount, daily. Bank hours, 9 to 12, A. M.— 2 to 8, P. M. 

SALEM BANK — No. 171 Essex Street. 

Capital, $250,000. Par value of Share, $100. 

Direcfors — Georee Peabody, PretidenU A. Perry, C. M. 
Endicott^ Thomas r. Bancroft, Francis Peabody. C. M. Endi- 
cott, Caihier. George 'D. Phippen, Book Keeper, H. W. Per- 
kins, Mtssenaer, 

Discount, Mondays and Thursdays. Bank hours, 9 to 1. No 
afternoon session. 

SALEM SAVINGS BANK— Pickman Place. 
No. 171 Essex Street 

Incorporated 1818. Object, to enable industrious persons of 
all descriptions to invest sums in a manner which will afford 
them profit and security. Two and a quarter per cent, in in- 
terest, half yearly, is payable on the third Wednesday in April 
and October, whicn if not withdrawn, is added to the principal 
at the end of three months, and at the end of every five years 
all extra income is divided, and the interest on long deposits has 
generally amounted to nearly 7 per cent. 

October 9, 1850, the amount deposited by 6494 depositors, 
was $1,140,776.98 

Financiai OwMiiittee- J. W. Tread well, M. Shepard, Z. F. 
Silsbee. 

Annual Meeting, on the second Wednesday in January. 

The Bank is open every day, from 9 A. M. till half past 12 
P. M., and from 2 1-2 to 4, P. M., Saturday aftenioons ex- 
cepted. 

Officers Chosen — January, 1850. — Nathaniel Silsbee, Presi- 
dent. Daniel A. White, Gideon Tucker, Humphrey Devereux, 
Philip Chase, Abijah Northey, George Peabody, 'Vice Presi- 
dents. Zachariah f. Silsbee, John W. Treadwell, Michael Shep- 
ard, John Bertram, William Sutton, Joseph G. Spragne, Robert 
Stone, William U. Neal, Benjamin P. Chamberlain, Tucker 
Daland, Jonathan Holman, Stephen 0. Phillips, Frederic Howes, 
John C. Lee, Jonathan W. Peele, Joseph S. Cabot, Trustees. 
Henry Ropes, Treasurer. William Wallace, Secretary. 



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183 



INSXTRAirCE COMPANIES. 

ORIENTAL INSURANCE CO.— No. 167 Essex Street 

Capital « $200,000. 
Dividends, declared first Monday in April and October. 
DirectOTi — Nathan Endicott, President Tacker Daland, 
James W. Chever, R. Brookhouse, T. Bryant, George Peabody, 
John Dwyer. Wm. S. Cleveland, Secretary. 

ESSEX INSURANCE CO. -No. 170 Essex Street. 

Capital, $100,000. 

Dividends, second Monday in April and October. 

Directors — James B. Brings, President. Thomas P. Pingree, 

WiUiam D. Waters, Charles Roundy, Nathaniel Weston, William 

B. Parker, John Bertram, John Archer, Joseph Henry Webb, 

Secretary. 

ESSEX MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. 

No. 42 Washington Street- 
Annnal Meeting, 3d Saturday in September. 
Directors — George Nichols, President. David Putnam, Philip 
Chase, George H. Smith, Peirce L. Wiggin, Perley Putnam, 
Josiah Caldwell, of Ipswich ; Nathaniel Appleton, John Jewett, 
John Pratt, Leonard B. Harrington. John H. Nichols, Sec^y. 
SALEM MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. 
No. 42 Washington Street. 
Annual Meeting, 4th Monday in April. 
Directors — John H. Nichols, President. Isaac P. Foster, Joel 
Bowker, Eben K. Lakeman, George Wheatland, Samuel Cham- 
berlain, Jr., James Chamberlain, Charles M. Richardson. Ch's 
S. Nichols, Secretary. 

HOLYOKE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. 

No. 27 Washington Street. 
Annual Meeting, second Wednesday in October. 
Directors — Augustus Story, President. 'Caleb Smith, Stephen 
Osborne, Salem ; William Story, William Fabens, Marblehead ; 
John P. Allen, Manchester ; Frederick Mitchel, Ipswich ; Joshua 
Sylvester, Danvers ; John Hilton, Lynn ; Edward Todd, Row- 
lev ; John T. Burnham, Salem. John T. Burnhara, Secretary. 
BOWDITCH MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. 
No. 27 Washington Street. 
Annual Meeting, second Wednesday in June. 
Directors — Augustus Story, President. Caleb Smith, Au- 
gustus Story, John T. Bumham, N. D. Symonds, Elijah A. Han- 



184 8ALBM DIBEOTOBT. 



son, of Salem. Joshua Silvester, of Dangers. John Hilton, of 
Lynn. John T. Bumham, Secretary. 

ESSEX MECHANICS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. 
No. 208 Essex Street. 
Annual Meeting, first Monday in February. 
Directon — James Kimball, Prc»rfcn< and TVeasurer. N. K. 
Allen, Secretary. James Kimball, S. S. Standley, J. C. Stimp- 
son, William Brown, S. Whitmore, Jr.^ William D. Northend, 
Salem. James Kidder, Jr., East Boston. John Gilley, Marble- 
head. William D. Joplin, Lawrence. Stephen Foster, Reading. 
Charles Herrick, Topsfleld. Fitch Pool, Danvers. William P. 
DoUiver, Gloucester. ''• — '• *' • 

Webb, Gardiner, Me. 

NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. ' 
No. 1 •)6 Broadway, N. Y. 
Morris Franklin, President, Spencer S. Benedict, F«ce Prest- 
dent. Pliny Freeman, Actuary. 

Henry Whipple is Agent, and Dr. Benjamin Cox, Medical 
Examiner^ for tne above Compan}', for Salem and vicinity. 

CUSTOM HOUSE, 

For the Distbict of Saleh and Bievkrlt. 
No. 112 Derby St.^ comer of Orange^ Salem. 
• E. F. Miller, Collector. 

J. Linton Waters, Deputy Collector. 

John O. Brooks, Clerk' 

William Brown, Naval Officer. 

Allen Putnam, Surveyor. 

William Story, Ferley Putnam, WUUam B. Pike, Weigfiert and 
6fauaers. 

Jonathan Tucker, Measurer. 

William Lee, Joseph Noble, Hardy Phippen, Jr., Abel Lawrence, 
Nathan Millet, Bichard Wheatland, John Hayman, John D. Symonds, 
Samuel Grant, 8amuel Upton, Inspector*. 

Samuel Foye, Joseph Lawrence, Boatmen. 

Samuel Grant, Public Store Keeper. 



BEADING BOOMS. 

City News Room, 165 Essex street Nathan Peirce, pro- 
prietor. 
Free Soil*Bbadiico Room, 43 Washington street. 
Whig Room, 6 Central street. 
Democratic Room, 4 Central street. 
Union News Room, 56 Boston street. 



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SOCIETIES AND INCOBPOEATED COMPANIES. 

Salem Atheneum, — Incorporated in 1810, was formed 
by the union of the Social and Philosophical Libraries. The 
former was organized in 1760, the latter in 1781. Number of 
Yolumes, 11,500, and are deposited in Lawrence Place, 16 Wash- 
ington Street. 

Annual Meeting for the choice of officers, last Wednesday 
but one in May. 

Library open every day between the hours of 12 and 1, for the 
delivery of books. 

Officers chosen in May, 1850. — George Ohoate, President. 
Henry Wheatland, Clerk of the Trustees and of the Corporation, 
Benjamin Barstow, Treasurer. Stephen C. Phillips, George 
Choate, A. L. Peirson. Oliver Carlton, Elisha Mack, S. P. Webb, 
J. H. Silsbee, Henry Wheatland, George F. Chever, Trustees. 
Gilbert L. Streeter, Librarian, 

Salem Evangelical Library . — Fonned in 1 8 1 8. Contains 
upwards of 1,300 volumes. It is deposited in the house of the 
Librarian ; opened every Wednesday from 2 to 4 P. M., for the 
delivery of books to prooiietors. Annual meeting in June. 

Brown Emerson, John Punchard, Henry Whipple, Caleb 
Warner, Trvstees, Brown Emerson, Librarian. Henry Whip- 
ple, treasurer, i 

Essex Southern District Medical Society consists of all 
those members of the Massachusetts Medical Society, who 
reside in Lynn, Saugus, Marblehead, Salem, Danvers, Middles- 
ton, Beverly, Wenham, Topsfield, Ipswich, Hamilton, Essex, 
Rockport, Gloucester, and Manchester. 

The Society was formed in 1805, in pursuance of a vote of 
the Massachusetts Medical Society, autnorizing the establish 
ment of district or subordinate associations. The Library is 
annually increased, and contains about 1000 volumes, — it is 
deposited in a room in the Lyceum Building, where the regular 
quarterly meetiiigs of the Society are held. 

Annual Meeting on the Tuesday preceding the last Wednes- 
day in May. 

Officers elected May, 1850. — A. L. Peirson, of Salem, Presi- 
dent, George Choate, of Salem, Vice President. Joseph Far- 
num, of Salem, Treasurer. W. H. Prince, of Salem, Secretary, 
E. B. Pierson, of Salem, Librarian. 

Essex Institute. — Incorporated in 1848, was formed by the 
union of the Essex Historical Society, and the Essex County 
Natural History Society. 

The Library contains about 3,000 volumes ; the oabinets are 



186 SALEM DIBECTOKT. 



well filled with specimens of Natural History. The Institute 
have also portraits of several of the former (^residents of the 
Historical Society, and some of the early settlers of New Eng- 
land. 

Exhibitions of Fmits and Flowers are held at their Hall, 
Pickman Place, on Wednesday between the hours of 11 A. M. 
and 1 P. M. 

Annual Meeting on the second Wednesday in May. 

Officers chosen in Map, 1850. — D. A. White, President. John 
O. King. John Lewis Russell, John G. Lee, Vice Presidents, 
Henry Wheatland, Secretary and Treasurer, M. A. Stickney, 
Librarian, Geo. A. Perkins, Cabinet Keeper. Frederick Howes, 
Joseph G. Waters, Francis Peabody, Oarators of Department of 
History. William Mack, Henry F. King, Samuel P. Fowler, 
Curalors of Diriment of NcUural History, Francis Putnam, 
James Upton, Benjamin H. Silsbee, Curators of Department of 
Horticuiture, John 0. Lee, Frederick Howes, Ephraim Enmaer- 
ton, FitMnce Committee, 

Salem Lyceum. — Was fonned th©^ 18th of January,1830, 
and organized as an Incorporated Association, on the 2d of April, 
1830. The introductory lecture was delivered in the Sewall 
Street Meeting House, by Hon. D. A. White. 

The purchase of an annual ticket, make^ a person a member 
of the corporation^ and the price of the ticket has never been 
more than one dollar. Nearly four hundred and forty lec- 
tures have been delivered in the annual courses. 

Annual Meeting, last Thursday in April. 

Oncers elected in April, 1850.— Stephen P. Webb, President, 
Benjamin Barstow, Vice President. Gilbert L. Streeter, Corres- 
poncling Secretary, Geo. F. Choate, Recording Secretary, S. B. 
Ives, Treasurer. H. B. Groves, Samuel Johnson, J. Linton 
Waters, George F. Choate, Washington Very, Stephen H. Phil- 
lips, G. F. Chever, Stephen Osborne, Managers, 

Bible Society of Salem and Vicinity, — Instituted Au- 
gust 22, 1810. Annual Meeting, second Wednesday in June. 
Depository, No. 280 Essex street. 

Officers elected June, 1850. — Stephen C. Philips, President. 
Samuel M. Worcester, Secretary. Stephen P. Ives, Treasurer, 
Michael Shepard, Elisha Mack, 0. B. Frothingham, John Dike, 
Trustees, 

Harmony Grave Cemetery Corporation, — Organized in 
1839. Incorporated in 1840. Consecrated, June 14, 1640. — 
Contains about 46 acres, and cost about 910,000. 

The cemetery was formerly situated within the town of Dan- 



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vers. The Legislature of 1840 passed an act so alteruiff the 
boundaries between Salem and Danyers, that the whole of the 
cemetery now lies within the limits of the city of Salem. The 
sale of lots is under the charge of W. U. Foster, to whom ap- 
plication can be made. 

*s Annual Meeting for the choice of Trustees first Wednesday 
in January. 

Trustees elected, January, 18&0. — Joseph S. Cabot, President, 
Stephen C. Philijps, John C. Lee, Pickering Dodge, Elijah A. 
Hanson, Francis Peabody, George Wheatland, Nathaniel Silsbee, 
William H. Foster, TrusUes, William H. Foster, Secretary 
and Treasurer, Charles Creasy, Keeper, 

Salem Society for the Moral and Eeligious Instruction 
of ike Poor. — Formed March 24, 1849. Incorporated February 
1826. Annual Meeting in April. 

Officers elected, Apnl, 1860. — Stephen C. Philips, President. 
Elisha Mack, Vice President, Nathan Putnam, Treasurer. — 
Joshua Phippen, Secretary. Daniel Potter, William Chase, 
William Willis, William Goodhue, Daniel B. Webster, Moses 
T. Upton, J. B. Fairfield, Managers, Rev. Michael Carlton, 
Agent, John Carlton, Chllector, 

Dorcas Society. — Miss Maria Chase, Miss Anna M. 
Chase, Miss Mary C. Anderson, Directresses, Miss Abby L. 
Peirson, Miss Estner C. Mack, Distributors. Miss Mary C. An- 
derson, Tretisurer, Miss Esther C. Mack, Secretary, 

Charity Infant School, — Federal court — Miss Lydia 
H. Chase, Miss Elizabeth P. Nichols, Miss Lydia R. Nichols, 
Managers. Miss Hilary C> Anderson, Th'easurer, Miss Savage, 
Secretary. Miss Rebecca Thayer, Teacher. 

Salem Seamen*s Orphan and Children's Friend Society. 
— The Salem Children's Friend Society was organized Febru- 
ary 25, 1839, for the purpose of rescuing from evil, and improv- 
ing the condition of such children as are in indigent and suf- 
fering circumstances, and not otherwise provided for. Incorpo- 
ratea March, 1841. In 1844, the house they now occupy, jSfo. 
7 Carpenter street, was purchased at an expense of $ 1,500, and 
presented to them by R. Bix>okhouse, Esq. of this city, when 
they took their present name. 

Annual Meeting, 8th of Maj'. Visitors admitted at any time. 

Officers — Mrs. Thomdike Proctor, President. Mrs. Nathan- 
iel W. Osgood, Vice President. Miss Mary G. Ward, Secretary, 
Mrs. Nancy Babbidge, TVeotttrer. Mrs. Pickering Dodge, Mrs. 
Joseph E. Sprague, Mrs. Gardner Chandler, Mrs. M. Carlton, 
Mrs. J. Brace, Mrs. John Robinson, Mrs. Joseph Winn, Miss 



188 8A.LBK DISBGTOBT. 

L. EI. GhasCf Miss Mary C. Anderson, Miss £. Fettyplace, Miss 
H. Deland, Miss H. King, Managers. Michael Carlton, S. G. 
Phillips, A Huntington, John Chapnoian, M. Shepard, Board of 
Advisers, 

Seamen's Widow and Orphan Association, — Formed 
May 1, 1833, for the purpose of devising and adopting such 
measures as may seem best to ameliorate the condition of the 
fatherless and the widow. 

Annual Meeting, on the first Thursday in May. 

Officers, May, 1850. — Mrs. A. True, President, Mrs. Wil- 
liam Ives, Vice President. Mrs. J. Burley, Ih'easurer. Mrs. J. 
Kimball, Secretary. Mrs. Joseph Webb, Mrs. E. K. Lakeman, 
Mrs. Joseph Hodges, Mrs. Samuel P. Savage, Mrs. Nathaniel 
Cleaves, Mrs. G. Kimball, Mrs. Henry Groves, Mrs. Ephraim 
Burr, Mrs. William M. Famham^ Mrs. Joseph A. Fams worth, 
Miss Nancy Wellman, Miss Lydia Barton, Managers, 

Ladies* Seamen's Friend Society. — Organized January 
22, 1844. 

Present Officers. — Mrs. George H. Smith, President. Mrs. 
Samael Benson, 1st Vice President Mrs. John Clifton, 2nd Vice 
President, Mies Harriet Foster, Cor. Secretary, Miss Sarah 
Hobart, Bee. Secretary. Mrs. Thomas Dean, Treasurer, Mrs. 
James Upton, Mrs. Booert C. Mills, Mrs. L. A. Houghton, Mrs. 
John Ciiiton, Mrs. Andrew Ward, Mrs. Parker Brown, Mrs. 
N. P. Rust, Mrs. H. H. Tracy, Mrs. Michael Carlton, Mrs. Rob- 
ert Skerry, Managers. 

Female Samaritan Society. — Annual Meeting for the 
choice of officers, on the second Mondav in December. 

Board of Managers. — Mrs Betsey Savory, President. Mrs. 
Sarah G. Honeycomb, 1st Vice President, i/lrs. Elizabeth Aus- 
tin, 2nd Vice President. Miss Elizabeth L. Savory, Secretary. 
Miss Priscilla Dutch, Treasurer. Mrs. Frances Hubon, Mrs. 
Elizabeth L. Smith, Mrs. Eliza Palfraj', Mrs. Nancy Wilkins, 
Mrs. Hannah Marston, Miss Cynthia Putnam, Miss Hannah A. 
Tibbets, Miss Lydia Frothingham, Miss Sarah Davis, Miss Su- 
san Breed, Trustees. 

Salem Dispensary, — Oiganized Feb. 1820. Incorpo- 
rated February. 1881. 

Its object is tne relief of the poor by affording Medicines and 
Medical advice gratuitously. The expenses to be paid by an 
annual subscription. All the subscribers can dve certificates to 
the Apothecaries for such Medicine as mayl>e prescribed by 
the Physicians in their behalf. To this class, much timely and 
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The city is divided into two districts, the Eastern and the 
Western, to each of which is assigned a Physician and an 
Apothecary. 

The Eastern district includes all persons who may apply for 
relief, living eastward of St Peter and Central streets, and South ' 
Salem. 

The Western District includes those living westward of the 
above streets and North Salem. 

Annual Meeting, first Thursday in January. 

Board of Managers^ elected January 4, 1860. — D. A. White, 
President, Henry Whipple, Secretary and Treasurer. A. L. 
Peirson, George Peabody, E. A. Holyoke, S. C. Phillips, Robert 
Brookhouse, David Pingree, William Pickman, Nathaniel Sils- 
bee, Richard S. Rogers, Asahel Huntington, William F. Gardner. 
George A. Perkins, Eastern district, George G. S. Choate^ 
Western district, Physicians, G. Barton, Eastern district, 
Charles H. Pinkham, Western district. Apothecaries. 

Salem East India Marine Society, — Founded in 1799. 
Incorporated in 1801. 

The Museum contains a fine collection of specimens in the 
various departments of Natural History, to which strangers 
have free access by first obtaining a pass from any of the mem- 
bers of the Society. 

Annual Meeting, first Wednesdav in November. 

The Hall is open from May 1 to November 1. from'lO, A. M., 
to 1, P. M., ana from 3 to 5 P. M. Closed me remainder of 
the vear. 

Officers elected, November^ 1850. — Charles M. Endicott, Pres- 
ident. William H. Neal, John Bertram, William D. Waters, 
Ckmmitlee on Observation, Nathaniel Griffin, lYeasurer, Gil- 
bert G. Newhall, Corresponding Secretary. Thomas Saul, Re- 
cording Secretary, George D. Phippen, Superintendent. Wil- 
liam Story, Distributor of Journals, James King, Inspector of 
Journals. 

Salem Marine Society, — Instituted 1 766. Incorporair 
ed 1771. 

Annual Meeting, last Thursday in October. Meetings are 
likewise held on the evening of the last Thursday of every 
month throughout the year. Rooms in Franklin Building. 

Officers elected, October 81, 1850. — Benjamin Upton, Master, 
James B. Briggs, Deputy Master, James Upton, Treasurer, — 
Edward Barnard, aerk, P. P. Pinel, L. Upton, R. Wheatland, 
William B. Smitn, Distributing Committee. Nathaniel Weston. 
James W. Chever, Committee on FrankUn Building, Samael 
Cook, Agent of FrankUn Building, 



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ScUem Charitable Mechanic Association. — Organized 
Oct 1, 1817. Incorporated June 4, 1822. 

Consists of regular apprenticed Mechanics, and of Mannfac- 
turers, citizens of the city of Salem and vicinity. Namber of 
members about 400. 

Annual meeting for the choice of officers, first Wednesday in 
January. 

Officers elected, January^ 1850. — Albert G. Browne, President. 
Thomas Nichols, jr., Vice President. Eleazer M. Dalton, Secre- 
tary. John Chapman, Treaeurer. John Huse, Abraham Towle, 
Joseph Chisholm, Alva Kendall, S. W. Robertson, Benjamin 
Cutts, Stephen Whitmore, jr., Amos P. Day, Benjamin Edwards, , 
TrusUes. 

Essex AgricuUural Society. — Organized at Topsfield, on 
Monday, Feb, 16, 1818, by the election of Col. Timothy Pick- 
ering, ^rej»Wen< — and to this office he was annually elected 
for ten successive years. Incorporated June 12, 1818. The first 
exhibition was held at Topsfield, October 5, 1820, and they have 
been continued annually in the month of September or October 
in several towns of the county, usually twice successively in the 
same place. 

This Society was the first in the State, to publish in detail its 
transactions — which have now extended to four large octavo 
volumes, containing much valuable ioformation to the Agricul- 
turist. 

A Library was commenced in the Autumn of 1849, by the 

f)urchase of the Ai^ricultural portion of the Library of the late 
amented Henry Colman, which, with a few additions from 
other sources, numbers about six hundred volumes, and is de- 
posited in the City Hall, Salem. 

Oficers elected Sept. 26, 1850. — John W. Procter, of Danvers, 
President Daniel Adams, of Newbury, Asa T. Newhall, of 
Lynnfield, Richard S. Fav, of Lynn, Benjamin Porter, of Dan- 
vers, Vice Presidents. William * Sutton, of Salem, Treasurer. 
Allen W. Dodge, of Hamilton, Secretary. 

Honorary Trustees. — Frederick Howes, of Salem, Ebenezer 
Mosely, of Newburyport, James H. Duncan, of Haverhill. 

Trustees. — Lewis Allen, of Danvers, John Alley, 8d, Lynn, 
Jacob Brown, Ipswich, David S. Caldwell, Newbury, David 
Choate, Essex, Jeremiah Coteman, Newburyport, Andrew Dodge, 
Wenham, George Hood, Lynn, Joseph How, Methuen, John M. 
Ives, Salem, Josiah Little, Newbury, Josiah Kimball, Boxford, 



8ALBM DIBECTORT. 191 

Nichols, Danvers, Thomas E. Payson, Rowley, Gardner B. 
Perry, Bradford, William R. Putnam, Danvers, Dean Bobinson, 
West Newbury, James Stevens, Andover, John Stone, Jr., 
Marblehead, Horace Ware, Jr., Salem, Richard P. Waters, 
Beverly. 

Essex Co, Teachers* Association. — Organized at Topsfield, 
Dec. 3, 1880. Object, the Improvement of Teachers and the 
System ot Education generally. Meetings are held semi-annu- 
ally, on the third Friday and Saturday of April and October, at 
sucn places as may be designated at the previous meeting. 

The Meetings are usually very fully attended, and the time is 
principally occupied in the delivery of lectures on educational 
subjects ; these with the discussions that follow, render them 
very interesting and highly beneficial to those in attendance. 

At the annual Meeting held in Gloucester, on Friday and 
Saturday, October 18 and 19, 1850, the following officers were 
elected : — 

Jacob Batchelder, of Lynn« President, John Batchelder of 
Lynn, Vice PregidenL J. *B. Fairfield, of Salem, Corresponding 
^retarv. George A. Walton, of Lawrence, i2ecorrf(n^ Secre- 
tartf. S. W. King, of Lynn, Treasurer, J. P. Cowles, of Ip- 
swich, F. W. S. Curtis, of Lawrence, A. W. Sprague, of Newbury, 
Thomas Baker, of Gloucester, E. Valentine, of Marblehead, J. 
V. Smiley, of Haverhill, OounaeUors, 

Salem Temperance Association. — Oi^nized July 18, 
1850. Stephen O. Phillips, President. Asahel Huntington, Brown 
Emerson, John Russell, Ebenezer Fisher, Caleb Foote, 0. B. 
Frothingham, John Chapman, Michael Carlton. Vice Presidents, 
Sidney C. Bancroft, Secretary. N. K. Allen, J. A. Robinson, Wm. 
Ives, 'John G. Felt, Stephen B. Ives, Prudential Committee. 
Eleazer Pope, George W. Pease, Benjamin Edwards. William F. 
Nichols, Robert Smith, Viailance Qjmmittee, Ira A. Brewster, 
Geo. A. Perkins, James Kimball, Joseph Newell, D. B. Brooks, 
Visiting Committee. Edmund Currier. Treasurer, 

Salem Independent Protective Union. — Organized Aug. 
26, 1847. George W. Mullet, President. Aaron Hayward, Vice 
President. Sidney C. Bancroft, Secretary. Daniel Hammond, 
Treasurer. Daniel Hammond, William Goodhue, Jr., Wm. H. 
Flowers, Benjamin Larrabee, Benjamin Bird, Board of Commerce. 
Geo. Newcomb, Charles Gardner, Joseph Phipps, Financial Com- 
mittee, Daniel Hammond, Benjamin Pease, Store Keepers. 
Store, No. 3 High Street. 

Salem Gas Light Co. — Organized April 4, 1850. — 
Capital, $ 75,000. Annual Meeting, second Monday in March. 



192 BA.LBM DIBBCTOBT. 



ings ; they are located on Northey street, and are three in num- 
ber, yiz : the office, the factory, and the reservoir. The factory 
is a building 116 feet in length, and divided into three apart- 
ments ; the furnaces occupying one, the cleansing apparatus 
another, and the coal house the centre. It is entirely fire proof, 
the roof being constructed of iron rods, with slate covering. 
The gas holder is a large circular tank, capable of containing 
35,000 cubic feet. The pipes are laid through several of the 
principal streets. The Company carries the branch pipes into 
buildings to a distance of 17 feet froni the main pipe ; beyond 
that, the pipes and the fixtures are at the expense of the con- 
sumer. The Company also places the metre to measure the 
quantity of gas consumed by a self-registering process of 
wheel work. The price of the gas is at the rate of gZ.60 
per 1000 cubic feet. 

The stores were lighted with gas for the first time, on Tues- 
day evening, December 17th. The street lamps on Wednesday 
evening, December 25th. 

Directors. — George Wheatland, PreaiderU. Francis Cox, 
Gardner Warren, Joseph Winn, Henry Whipple. William H. 
Foster, Treasurer and Clerk. 

SALEM AND DANVERS ASSOCIATION FOB THE DETECTION 
OF THIEVES AND BOBBERS. 
Formed 1833. Annaal Meeting, first Wednesday Jn January. 

Cffieers elected January^ 18A0. 
Caleb ^roWhyPreMident. Joel Bowker. Joseph Steams, Vice Presi- 
dents. Henry Whipple, Abner Sanger, Bobert Brookhoase, Trustees. 
Jonathan Perley, Clerk. Joseph S. Leavitt, Moses Black, Benjamin 
Goodrldge, Benjamin F. Browne, C. M. Ames, Samuel Day, Directors. 

SALEM FEMALE ANTI-SLAYEBT SOCIETY. 
Organized Jane 4th, 1834. 
Officers chosen^ 1850. 
Lucy O. Iveti, President. Laura Stone, Anna M. Chase, Vice Presi- 
dents. LydiaH. Chase, Cor. See'v. Eliza J. Kenny ^Xee. Secy. Ad- 
eline Roberts, Treasurer. Lydla P. Chase, Auditor. Adeline Lackey, 
Sarah Hay ward, Gertrude Barrett, EUza P. Austin, Mehitable Pelrce, 
Polly Ashby, Lydla P. Chase, Hannah Bamadell. ConmUttee. Anna B. 
Frye, Sarah E. Hayward, Collectors. 

SALEM LABORATORY COMPANY. 
Office 43 Washington street. Located on Laboratory street, in North 
Salem. Annual Meeting, last Wednesday in July. 

Z>tr«c<or<— Joshua Upham, S. S. Standley, Charles Richardson, 
Stephen Fogje, William H. Foster. George Nichols, Agents Treasurer 
and Clerk. Stephen Curran, Chemist. 

SALEM AND DANYERS AQUEDUCT CO. 
Incorporated 1797. Annual Meeting, first Thursday in May. Divi- 
dends in May and November, paid at Salem Bank. Ofllce No. 11 SewaU 
street. 
JHreetors—yrm. D. Waters, President. Ebenezer Sutton, Vice Presi- 



dent. Charles M. Endicott, David Pingree, Samuel B. Walcott, Plillip 
Chase, George West, Robert Peele, Aaron Perkins. C. M. Endicott, 
Clerk and Ireasurer. Wm. Jelly, Agent and Collector, 

ESSEX MARINE RAILWAY. 
Incoroorated February, 1826. First vessel hauled up, ship Endeavor, 
Sept. 21, 1826. Annual Meeting, third Monday in January. 
J. W. Getchell, Superintendent. 
Nathaniel B. Perkins, Trecuurer. 
Aaron Perkins, Josiah Crocker, James W. Chever, Directors. 

SALEM MARINE RAILWAY CO. 

Incorporated 1823. First vessel hauled up, brig Washington, Sept. 
1823. Annual Meeting in January. 

Directors— Isaac Gushing, John W. Rogers, Samuel Cook. Samuel 
Cook, Treasurer. Samuel Brlggs, Superintendent. 

SALEM TURNPIKE AND CHELSEA BRIDGE CORPORATION. 
Officers chosen September 22, 1850. 

William D. Waters, President. James B. BrigM, 1st Vice President. 
Joseph E. Sprague, 2d Vice President. John G. King, Clert. William 
S. Clevelanaj7V«a««r*r. 

2)tr«(r<or«— William D. Waters, James B. Briggs, Joseph E. Sprague, 
Nathaniel Silsbee. Robert Peele, Nathaniel Griffln, Samuel Simonds, 
Thorp Fisher, Benjamin F. Newhall. Samuel Knowles, Agent. 

Annual Meeting in September. Dividends first Wednesday in Janua- 
ry, April, July and October, paid at. Salem Bank. 

EAST INDIA MARINE HALL CORPORATION. 
Annual Meeting, 2d Wednesday in January. 
Incorporated 1824. 
Officers elected in January, 
Directors— WVLMtaa H. Neal, President. Charles M. Endicott, John 
Bertram, William D. Waters. Nathaniel Griffln, Clerk and Treasurer, 
MECHANIC HALL CORPORATION. 
Annual Meeting, Ist Wednesday in September. 
Incorporated 1839. 
Directors— Ve^&y Putnam, President. William Sutton, Joel Bowker. 
Thomas Nichols, jr., L. B. Harrington. Henry B. Groves, Clerk and 
Treaswrer, 

NEW MARKET MANUFACTURING CO. 
Incorporated in 1823. Mills located at Lamprey Rivers, New Market, 
N. H. Treasurer's office over the Exchange Bank, Essex street, Salem. 
Annual Meeting, second Wednesday in July. 

Z>»r«e<or«— Nathaniel Silsbee, President. Benjamin W. Stone, B. H. 
Silsbee, Samuel Lawrence, David S. Brown, W. D. PIckman. Benja- 
min Wheatland, Treasurer. 

FOREST RIVER LEAD CO. 
Formed 1843— Incorporated 1846. 
Offtcbks.— Benjamin Howard, President; Wm. H. Chase, Wm. Sut- 
ton, George C. Chase, Elijah D. Brlgham, Directors ; George C. Chase, 
General Agent ; Henry M. Brooks, Clerk and Treasurer. 

Mills at Forest River, on the road leading to Marblehead. Counting- 
room 145 Essex Street, (up stairs.) The Company manufacture White 
Lead, Sheet Lead and Vinegar. 



194 SAI.BM DIBBCTOBT. 



NAUMKEAG STEAM COTTON COMPANY. 

Annual Meeting, 8d Wednesday In January. 

Incorporated in 1839. Building erected in 184.'>, in Harbor street, 

South Salem. Length, 405 feet ; breadth, G-*) ; 4 stories high. Number 

of Spindles, 32,768. Steam engine, 400 horse power. 

Directorx—DaylA Pingree, President. W. S. Lincoln, of Boston, 
Isaac Livermnre, of Boston, Nathaniel Silsbee, jr., William Lummus, 
WUllam D. Waters. G. O. Harris, Clerk. Edmund Smith, Treasurer. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE IRON FACTORY CO., FRANCONIA, N. H. 

Annual Meeting, Monday next preceding the last Wednesday in May. 

Directors— "EWstiA Mack, President. Larkin Thomdike, Joseph G. 
Waters, Jeremiah Page, Charles Lawrence. John Punchard, Clerk and 
Treasurer ^ 158 Essex street 

ESSEX LODGE OP FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS. 

Chartered by the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts, June 6, 1791. 

Reorganized June 11, 1845. 

Meetings are held at Franklin Building. Entrance No. 118 Essex 

street. 

Regular commnnicaiions on the first Tuesday evening in each month. 

OfScers elected annually, on the first Tuesdav evening in December. 

Officers elected Dec. 1848. 
Robert H. Farrant, Master. George C. S. Choate, S. W. Nathaniel 
W. Kimball, J» W. Jonathan P. Felt, Treasurer. William Lcavitt, Sec- 
retary. Rev. Ebenezer Fisher, Chaplain. Nattianiel Goldsmith, 
Marshal. Thomas M. Dlx.S. A Geo. W. Sargent, 7. i>. Ebenezer 
GrifTen, Jr., Henry Hubon, Stewards. John N. Frye, Tyler,. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. 
Fraternity Lodge, Ifo. 118. /. 0. cf 0. F. 
Instituted November 18, 1846. Meetings every Wednesday evening, 
in Franklin Building. Ofiicers chosen semi-annually. The regular quar- 
terly terms shall commence on the first meetings of January, April, 
July, and October. 

Present Officers. 
Jonathan Perley, Jr., S. Q. Simon O. Dalrymple, F. O, William 
Archer, jr., Sec'v. Thomas M. Dix, Treasurer. 

Essex Lodge, No. 26. /. 0. qf 0. F. 
Instituted Nov. 6, 1843. Meetings every Monday evening, at Friend- 
ship Hall, Franklin Building. Officers chosen semi-annually, on the last 
Monday evening in June and December. 

Officers elected June, 1850. 
Simeon Flint, N. O. £. K. Noyes, V. G. C. B. Luscorob, Recording 
Secretary. Nathaniel Goldsmith, Permanent Secretary. G. C. S.- 
Choate, l^easurer. 

NAtTMKEAG ENCAMPMENT, NO. 13, 

QftheL O.ofO.F. 

Instituted at Salem, Jane 26, 1845. The regular sessions are held on 

the second and fourth Thursday evenings in each month, at Friendship 

Hall, Franklin Building. Officers chosen 'semi-annually in the months 

of January and July. 

Officers elected July, 1850. 
'-""> R. White, C. P. Alvah Evans, ff. P. Robert P. Clough, S. W. 
Rhoades, Scribe. J. Swasey, Treasurer. Thomas Oaks, J. W. 



SALEM DIRECTORY. 



195 



SONS OF TEMPERANCE. 
Henfield Division, No. 2. 
Instituted Feb. 23, 1844. Meetings every Wednesday evening, at their 
Hall, Chase's Building. Officers chosen quarterly, on the last Wednes- 
day evening of the months of March. June, Sentomber and December. 
Officers installed October, 1850. 
Tliomas W. Gwin, W. P. Philip B. Ruee, W. A. John C. Dnehow, 
A, R. 3. Robert P. Bruce,/'. S. Benj'n Nimblet, T. Wm. H. New- 
hall, C. Robert Nimblet, A. C. Sidney C. Bancroft, /. S. Porter 
Holland, 0. JS. Henry C. Tuttle, Chaplain. 

ESSEX TEMPLE OP HONOR, NO. 2. 
Instituted April 4, 1846. Meetings every other Monday evening. Of- 
ficers chosen quarterly. 

Officers chosen July 23, 1850. 
J. W. Gillcon, W. C. T. ElcazerPope, W. V. T. Joseph Dale, W.R. 
Joseph A. Stickney, W. A. R. David R. Peabody, W. E. R. John G. 
Luscomb, W. T. Benjamin Nimblet, W. U. Nathaniel Jenkins, W. D. 
U. H. C. TutUe, W. O. Ebenezer Tuttle, W. 3. 
FREE AND EASY CLUB. 
Established Dec. 20, 1847 ; annual meeting Dec. 20 ; number of mem- 
bers 40. The rooms are open every evening at 

NO. 2 LIBERTY, CORNER OF ESSEX STREET. 

Geo. Savory, President. T. P. Fingree, 3ecretary. 
ZEPHYR UNION DAUGHTERS OF TEMPERANCE. 
Instituted April 28, 1847. Meetings every Friday evening, at Chase's 
Hall, 27 Washington street. 

Present Officers. 
L. Field, P. 3. L. Vincent, 8. A. M. A. Stanton, B. 8. E. Moody, 
A. R. 3. J. Dakln, F. 3. R. Francis, T. S. Tarr, C. R. B. Larrabee, 
A. C. H. Lawrence, O. B. Wilkins, A. G. E. Nichols, P. P. 3. 
PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY. 
Organized Sept. 25, 1842. 
John C. Howard, President. J. FI»k, Vice President. 
Music Director. George H. Smith, 8ecretary and Treasurer. 
Directors— Benjuaia Whltmore, Benjamin G. Perkins, I. A. Robinson. 
SALEM BRASS BAND. 
Room in Franklin Building. 
J. H. Smith, Leader and Master. Geo. W. Estes, Clerk and Treasurer. 

COXTRTS. 

SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT. 

Lemuel Shaw, Boston, Chi^ Justice, Salary, $3,500 

Associate Justice, " 3,000 

Charles A. Dewey, Northampton, " 8,000 

Theron Metcalf, Boston, '* 3,000 

Richard Fletcher, Boston, " 3,000 

George T. Blgelow, Boston, " 3,000 

LuthcrS. Cashing, Boston, /&g>or/«*, " 500 

Ebenezer Shillaber, Clerk of tfie Courts for the County of Essex, 

(Office in the Court House, Salem. ) 

LuwTerm—At Salem, on the 6th Tuesday after the 4th Tuesday in 

September. Nisi Prius Term— at Salem, immediately after the law term, 

and at Ipswich, on the 8th Tuesday after the Ist Tuesday in March. 



196 



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COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. 



•2,300 



Daniel Wells, Cambridge, CM^Justiee^ Salary, 

Edward Mellen, Wayland, ^ 

Jonathan C. Perkins, Salein, { ^..^^.^,^ ii,./.>*. «o iaa 

Horatio Bylnifton, Stockbrldge, f ^"oetate Justtces. ^2,100 

Ebenozer R. Hoar, Concord, ) 

This Court Is held fur civil business, at Salem on the third Monday of 
March, at Ipswich on the third Monday of June, at Newburyport on the 
third Monday of September, and at Lawrence on the third Monday of 
December, and fbr criminal business, at Salem on the fourth Monday of 
January, at Newburyport on the fourth Alouday of May, and at Ipswich 
on the second Monday of October. 

Ashel Huntington, of Salem, Jjistrict Attorney for Essex County. 

John Glen King, Salem, Commissioner of Insolvency /or Esstx County. 

Masters in Chancery for Essex County. John Glen King, Salem, office 
236 Essex street ; Ebenezer Moseley, Newburyport; James H. Duncan, 
Haverhill ; David Roberts, Salem, office over 174 Essex street. 

Notaries Public. Oliver Carlton, Joseph Cloutman, Ephraim P. Mil- 
ler, John Punchard, John Russell, Larkin Thomdike, Joseph G. Waters, 
Stephen P. Webb. 

Coroners. Nehemiah Brown, William Brown. 

POLICE COURT OF THE CITY OF SALEM. 

J. G. Waters, Justice. 

Stephen P. Webb. Special Justice. 

The Police Court is held in the Court Room in Bowker Place, No. 150 
Essex street, for criminal business, every day, at 9 o'clock, A. M. ; and 
for civil business, on the second and fourth Monday of each month, at 
10 o'clock, A. M. Daniel A. White, Salem, Judge. 

PROBATE COURT FOR ESSEX COUNTY. 

Nathaniel Lord, ir, Ipswich, /2*j7w^«r. 

The records are kept in the Probate Office in Ipswich. 

The Court sits as follows .— 

Salem, 1st Tuesday Jan., April, July, Oct., and 3d Tuesday Feb., 
May, Aug., and Nov. Ipswich, Ist Tuesday Feb., March, May, June, 
Aug., Sept., Nov., and Dec. Lynn, 1st Wednesday following 1st Tues- 
day in Jan. and July. Marblehead, 1st Wednesday following Isl Tues- 
day in Apr. and Oct. Newburyport, last Tuesday in March, Jane, Sept., 
and Dec. Gloucester, 3d Tuesday in Jan. and July. Andover, 2d Tues- 
day In Feb.* and Aug.f Haverhill, 3d Tuesday In April and Oct. Law- 
rence, 2d Tuesday in June and Dec. 

County Commissioners. Asa W. Wildes, Newbnxyport, Chairman. 
John I. Baker, Beverly ; Benjamin Mudge, Lynn. 

Special Commissioners. Wm. Pool, Rockport : Lewis Allen, Danvers, 

Clerk cf County Commissioners. Ebenezer Shillaber, Salem. 

Their meetlnra are held as follows : At Ipswich, on the 2d Tuesday of 
April ; Salem, 2d Tuesday of July ; Newburyport, 2d Tuesday of Octo- 
ber ; and on the 4th Tuesday of December, at Salem, Ipswich, or New 
buryport, as may be determined at the preceding meeting. 

County Treasurer, William F. Wade. Ipswich. 

Register of Deeds, Ralph H. French, Salem. Office in Court House. 

SHBKiFFS.^Joseph E. Sprague, Sheriff of Essex County. No. 884 
Essex street, Salem. 

Deputy Sheriffs.— Ichatood B. Morrill, Amesbuiy, Moody Bridges, An- 
dover. Stephen Upton, Danvers. Otis Thompson, Georgetown. Jacob 
How, Haverhill. Theodore Andrews, Ipswich. Charles Merritt, Lynn. 
Samuel Bowden, Marblehead. George Greenleaf, John Akerman, New- 
buryport. Gorham Smith, Rowley. Nehemiah Brown, Salem. Henry 
Dennis, Rockport. 

* North Parish. t South Parish. 



Ira Worcester, Keeper House Correction in Aswich. 

Samuel Day, Salem ; Ira Worceater, Ipswicli; John Akerman, New- 

**'oeorge C."s.*Choate. M. D., Physician to the Salem J ail. 

Jast&es throughout the State.-foMt^h E. Sprague, Caleb Foote, Asa- 
hel Huntington, John Chapman, Jonathan C. Perkins. . . _ _, 

Justices W the Peace and Ouorum. -Asahel Huntington, John O. King, 
John Punchard, Ebenezer ShlUaber, Daniel A. White, George Wheat- 
land, ^^"'^yj^rrjj^P^Pbove appointed to qualify civil officers.] 

B[^nJflitilii F. browiip, Joscpli9. Cabot^Rnlph H. rroii(?h, Frtderic 
Howes Ehflhii Matlt, Htenheu C, I'tilinr^'^ UaviJ lUpberti. ^dthatilel 
Silsbee, Larkiri Tluirirdike, Stt?pheii ]^ \V'^er>i>, J<Ner*K J. ^ViUlts, 

jHSiicftof ihv P^aci. — Nmtlimvk'l Applel<ni. >alliflniol JC Allt it, Jo- 
seph Andrews, Cbiiriea M. E-Uncott, Johiinulh liunjanilii Bair^t-wr, 
Neb*?mliih ilrdwii, Sp he mi nil Brown, if., Efilirflim Urowii, Jr., J-^Jm T. 
Bu m 1mm, Oliver Curltinntjeow F. Chevpf, .Fu^cph Cloatnintj, ILnri 



No rti](*v. Frill K"ifl PeQliudv^ tJeur^o l^atJOJy, Hubert rfteit, &U|>ijen 
H, rJiiiUjj^t. J>jivia HntJrree, Tiiumai P. Plnijm^ UftvlJ PuLman, I'l rley 
Putmaji, Auausms D. ItOKfi^s, Js'liri EusBci^ iicoryc n. hiiiith. JoT-Lph 
G Hprajroc^fsnicll". Stiepanl, WilUftmSuKon, AuyustuBiMory, Jli^Ujj w. 
Tr*?adweU Charlin W. Upbiun, Notbaiitd Wl^hI, JoiiPtlian ¥. Wort: es- 
ter. 



EXPRESSES. 

Salemj Danvers and Lynn. 

Leares Stage office, Essex House, at 7| A. M. and 2| P. M. 

Robinson's RocJtport Express. 

Office, 10 Arrington Building. 

Jfoulton's Salem, Lynn, Boston and Southern Express. 

The subscriber would inform his friends and the public, that he has 

bought out Arrlngton's Express, and will continue the express business 

over the Eastern Eailroad ; leaving Salem twice every day, morning and 

Qmces.—ln Salem, comer of Front and Washington streets, 10 Arring- 
ton Building, Lynn Railroad Depot; Boston, City Hotel, Brattle 
street ; 10 Exchange street, or No 41 North Market street. 

Merchandise of all kinds transported. .. 

Packages should be marked thus, Moulton's Express, 

Davis's Salem and Boston Express. 

(Through Lynn and Charlestown.) 

Leaves City Hotel, 272 Essex street, daily, (Sundays excepted,) at 

91 A. M. Leaves No. 8 Court street, Boston, for Salem, at 3 P. M., and 

No. 11 Elm street, 3J P. M. 

HaskelVs Manchester and Essex Express. 
Office 10 Arrington Building. 

Haraden's Express. 

Leaves No. 8 Arrington Building for Boston, at 9} and 10} A. M. 

Leaves No. 7 State street, Boston, for Salem, at lit A. M., and 4 P. M. 



198 8ALEM biRECTOBT. 



8AV0R¥ & 00/8 

Eastern, Boston, and Southern Express. 
Leaves Salem, No. 3 Wa-iilngton at. at 8f and 11 A. M., 12| and 2f P. 
M. L<>nves Boston Bailroad Exchange, Court sq. , lU A. Bf. , and 2| and 
61 P. M. 

Expresses leaning Savortf ♦ Co.U Office, No. 8 Washington St. 
Wniet, Ipswich, 5J P. M. 
Forbes, ^ewburyport, 'i\ and r>i P. M. 
Walker & Jackson, Portsmouth, b\ P. M. 
Longley A Co., Portland, 3i P. M. 
Winchester, Gloucester, 3f P. M. 
B. Savobt, J. a. Goldthwait, J.B.Hall. 

Sawyer* s Salem and Lawrence Express. 
Leaves Lawrence for Salem In the morning train, and Salem for Law- 
rence in the afternoon train. CWc#».— Lawrence, at the Stage OlHcc, 
Lawrence st. Salem : Arrlngton Building, corner of Front and Wash- 
ington streets. 

Simon^s Salem and Boston Express. 

The snbscrlbcr continues to run his Express daily, between Salem and 
Boston : — leaving Salem at lOi A. M. , and City Hotel, Brattle Street, 
at 4 P. M. 

All orders left In Salem at John G. Felt's, No. 27 Front street— In 
Boston, at City Hotel, Brattle street, or at Edwards <k Holman's, No. 4 
Congress street, previous to 21 P. M., will be promptly attended to. 

F. B. SlMOK. 

Please mark all packages, sent by the above, Simon's Express. 

Eastman's Salem and Boston Express. 
[Over the South Reading Branch Railroad.] 
From Salem for Boston, 9iA. M., Uand3| P.M.; from Boston for 
Salem 12 A. M., 4J and 61 P. M. 
Office in Salem, 37 Washington street. 
Boston, 11 State street and 10 Court square. 

D. MERRITT'S EXPRESS. 

NEW ARRANGEMENT. 
Leaves Salem at 11 o'clock A. M. 
Returning, leaves Boston at 4 o'clock, P. M. 

All Business entrusted to this I^ine will re- 
ceive prompt and faithful Attention. 

Office in Salem, No. 14 Washington Street, 
" ** Boston, No. 18, Merchants' Row. 



SOUTH READING BRANCH RAILROAD. 
Ofpicers.-— David PIngree, President. Edward Crane, of Boston, 
Lewis Allen, of Danvers, Thoa. Emerson, of S. Reading, Geo. Osborne, 
of Danvera, William Sutton, Thomas P. Pingree, of Salem, Directors. 



SALEM DIRECTORY. 



RAILROADS. 



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View of the Eastern Railroad Depot at Salem. 
EASTERN RAILROAD. 
Annual Meeting, 2d Monday^ in July. 

Incorporated April 14, 1836. Tlie track from Boston to Salem was 
opened Aug. 27, 1838. December 10, 18^9, a Branch Railroad was 
opened from Salem to Marblehead. December 18. 18)9, the cars com- 
menced running to Ipswich Depot. June 19, 1840, thev ran to New- 
buryport ; and to the New Hampshire line, Nov. 9, 1840,— distance 54 
miles. 

Directors— David A. Neal, of Salem, President. Isaiah Breed of Lynn, 
Ichabod Goodwin, of Portsmouth, B. T. Reed, of Boston, Samuel Hoop- 
er, of Boston, Samuel Philbrick, of Brookline, Albert Thomdike. of 
Beverly. W. S. Tuckerman, of Boston, Treasurer. William H. Foster. 
Clerk. John Kinsman, /Superintendent. Albert Knight, Depot and 
Baggage Master.' 

Opened for travel to Salem In 1839, to Portland in 1841. 

Easterk Railroad, from Boston, through Lynn, Salem, and New 
burvport, to Portsmouth. 

FORTLAKD, Saco, AND PORTSMOUTH RAILROAD, to Portland. Thence 
by steamboats, to Bath, Gardiner, and Hallowell, on the Kennebeck, and 
Thomaston, Camden, Belfast, Frankfort, and Bangor, on the Penobscot 
Rvers. 

This Railroad affords access to many splendid sea side locations, and 
passes through many pleasant towns, opening magnificent views of the 
ocean, leading to the most retired spots for sea-bathing, and to the most 
delightful walks and drives in the native forests that can be found in 
New England. 
Stations, Distances, and Fares on the Eastern Railroad, from Boston. 



Stations. 

Boston, 

North Chelsea, 

Lynn, 

Swamscot, 

Salem. 

Beverly, 

Branch to 
i Manchester, 
( Gloucester. 
Wenham, 



Miles. 

4 

9 
U 
14 
16 

25 
30 
20 



Fares. 

10 
25 
25 
40 
45 

65 
90 
56 



Stations. Miles. 

Ipswich, 25 

Newburyport, 84 
Salisbunr, 36 

Seabrook, 40 

Hampton FallB, 42 
Hampton, 44 

N. Hampton, 46 
Greenland. 49 

Portsmouth, 54 
PorUand, 105 



Fares. 

70 
1.00 
1.08 
1.16 
1.24 
1.32 
1.40 
1.48 
1.50 
2.00 



200 BA.LEM DIRECTORY. 



Stations. 


Mies. 


Fare 


Wilmington, 
Burtt'sMills, 


14 


40 


16 


45 


Junction, 


18 


50 


Tewksbury, 


19 


50 


Lowell, 


24 


60 



SALEM AND LOWELL EAILBOAD. 
Annual Hectlng, 8d Monday In June. 

Incorporated 1848. Opened Aug. 1, 1850. Directors— Stephen C. Phil- 
lips, of Salem, President. John Clark, of do. Treasurer. William Liyings- 
ton and Sidney Spalding, of LowelL Jacob Coggin, of Tewksbury, 
J. Willard Peele, of Salem, Charles F. Flint, of Reading. Stephen H. 
Phillips, of Salem, Clerk. li. A. Prescott. of Lowell, Superintendent. 

The Salem and Lowell Railroad extends to Lowell (24 miles distant) 
and by its connection with other roads affords the readiest communica- 
tion with the towns in New Hampshire and Vermont on the upper 
roads, and in connection with the Stony Brook Road, with Worcester 
and Fltchburg, and other important points in Western Massachusetts. ;i 
also affords the best mode of communication with New York. Trains 
leave every afternoon, which connects with trains on the Stony Brook, 
Nashua and Worcester, and Worcester and Norwich Railroads. 
Stations, Distances and Fares ftom Salem to Lowell. 
Stations. Mies. Fares. 

Salem, 00 

South Danvers, 2 05 

Proctor's Comer, 4 10 

Phelps Mills, 6 15 

Paper Mills. 8 ■ 20 

North Reading, 10 25 

ESSEX RAILROAD. 
Annnal Meeting, 3d Monday in July. 
Incorporated March 7, 1846. The Road was opened to South Dan- 
vers, January, 1847 ; to North Danvers, July 1, 1848 ; to Lawrence, 
Sept 5, 1848 ; and to Phillips' wharf, July 2, 1849. 

l)irectors—Qeoree Hodges, of Andover, President. Ebenezer Sutton, 
of Danvers, Davfd Plngree, Nathaniel Weston, Stephen C. Phillips, 
N. B. Mansfield, 8. A. Safford. S. P. Webb, Clerk and Treasurer. 
Office, 150 Essex. 

STAGES. 

stage Office rear Essex House. 
A Stage for Boston leaves the Essex House every Sunday, at 4| P. M. 
Leaves Boston every Sunday, at 9 A. M. 

Ctkus Hatwakd, Proprietor. 
For Georgetown and Haverhill, leaves Essex House, Salem, daily, 
(Sundays excepted,) at H P. M. Returning, leaves Haverhill at 6i 
o'clock, A. M., and arrives in Salem at 10^ A. M. 

Isaac Pinkham, Proprietor. 
For Gloucester, leaves the Essex House every day« (Sundays except- 
ed,) at 8 A. M., and 1 P. M., and arrives in Salem at lO^ A. M.. and 4} 
p. M. Tbask a Buxton, Proprietors. 

For North Danvers, leaves the Essex House at 8|, and lOi A. M., and 
121, 3, 5 and 6} P. M. Leaves Danvers at 7i, 9 and 10 A. M., and 12}, 
8t and 5 P. M. S. W. Spaldino, Proprietor. 

For South Danvers, leaves the Essex House even^ day, (Sundays ex- 
cepted,) at 9 and Hi A. M.. and 4, 5 and 8 P. M. Leaves Danvers for 
Salem at 8 and 9 A. M., and U, 4 and 6^ P. M. 

Gborgb M. Terl, Proprietor. 
For Beverly, leaves Salem at 11} A. M. Leaves Beverly at 9^ A. M. 

Ezra Batcheldbr, Proprietor. 
For TapleyviUe, a coach leaves the Mansion House, Salem, at 9| A. 
M., and 4 P. M. Leaves N. Danvers at 7 A. M., and I P. M. 

Dike & Davis, Proprietors. 



8ALEM DIREOTORT. 201 



PHILLIPS, GOODHUE & BOWKER, 

Coiumissloii & Forwarding Merchants, 

EAILSOAD FBEIOHT STATION, 
PHILLIPS' WHARF, 

8ALEM, MASS. 

Stbphsn C. Philmps, Dakiel R. Bowker, 

William P. Ooodhve^ Willard P. Phillips. 

This Freight Station (see engraving on opposite page,) is 
the terminus of the Railroads leading from Salem to Lowell, 
(twenty-four miles distant,) and Lawrence (twenty-two miles 
distant,) and connecting with the Railroad Lines which extend 
'continuously through' New Hampshire and Vermont, and to 
and heyond Albany and Troy, and other important points in 
the State of New York. By a junction of tracks, it has con- 
renient access to the Eastern Railroad and its branches. 
Goods of all descriptions may be thus transported between Sa- 
lem and any Railroad Station in the interior, or on the sea 
coast, and at the lowest rates of freight. Goods transported 
on the Railroads arc landed and shipped free of wharfage ; and 
there is no expense for truckage, freight cars being loaded and 
unloaded alongside vessels and stores. The wharf affords good 
berths for a large number of vessels, and, being situated at the 
mouth of the harbor, can be reached without obstruction (from 
bridges or other cause), and without delay. The detention of 
vessels in loading and unloading is much less than has been 
usual elsewhere. The harbor may be entered by vessels of the 
largest class, in any state of the wind or tide ; and, with good 
tackle, they will ride at anchor, or lie at the wharf in safety 
during the worst weather.. Goods are stored at moderate 
rents in fire- proof warehouses. 



202 8A.LBM DIBECTOBT. 



PHILLIPS, GOODHUE & BOWKER, 

Commission and Forwarding [^Mercliants, 

RAILROAD FREIGHT STATION. 
Stilem, Mastachitaetts, 

HAVE FOB SALE, 

COAL — Anthracite (white and red ash), Cumberland, Pic- 
tou, Sydney— by the cargo, or in larger or smaller qaan titles ; 

LUMBER — Eastern, Southern, Country — Frames for 
buildings, specially ordered, can be promptly furnished ; 

LIME — Thomaston, L'Etang — by the cargo from yessels, 
or in smaller quantity from store ; 

PLASTER— Stone. Ground, Calcined ; 

CEMENT — Newark, Rosendale ; 

FLOUR AND GRAIN — a constant supply of all qualities ; 

BEEF, PORK, LARD, HAMS— best Western brands ; 

SALT — coarse and fine, by cargo afloat, or from store : 

SUGARS, COFFEES, TEAS, MOLASSES, RICE, and 
GROCERIES, generally ; 

OILS — Sperm, Whale, Lard, Linseed, Palm; 

FISH — Cod, Pollock, Mackerel, Halibut, Salmon; 

WHITE LEAD (from Forest River Mills), and other paintg ; 

COTTON DUCK, CORDAGE, TWINE ; 

NAVAL STORES and SHIP CHANDLERY ; and a variety 
of other articles suited to the country or coasting trade. 

Country Produce received on consignment or in barter for 
goods. 

Orders for forwarding goods by railroads or vessels promptly 
executed. 

The place of business of the firm affords extraordinary facil 
ities for landinji^ and shipping goods at the wharf, and for trans- 
portation by railroad, cars being loaded and unloaded alongside 
vessels and stores, without charge for wharfage or truckage. 
All goods sold are delivered alongside vessels, or put on board 
the cars. 

Goods may be shipped coastwise to any port in the United 
States, or sent to any station on the Northern, Eastern or 
Western Railroads. Rates of freight generally the same as 
from Boston. 

The arrangements of the firm are such that they will be able 
to furnish goods at the lowest wholesale prices, and they will 
aim to transact all their business with the utmost regularity 
and despatch. 



BALEM DIBECTOBT. 203 



ISILITAHV. 

Second Division, M. V. M. 
William Sutton, Balem, Major General. Lt.Col. Daniel Perkins, S«r 
lem, Division Inspector. Maj. Henry B. Groves, Salem, Division Quar- 
ter Master, Maj. AlAred A. Abbott, Danvers, Judge Advocate. Alaj. 
George K. Carlton, Danvers, MaJ. Stephen Osborn, Salem, Aids-de- 
Camp. 

J%trd Brigade. 
Henry WIlBon, Natlck, Brigadier General. 
First ReKiment, James Jones, 1r., Lincoln, Co^on^I. 
Fourth Regiment. Moses F. Winn, Wobum, Colonel. 
Fifth Regiment, Abljah Watson, Lowell, Colonel. 

Fourth Brigade. 

Col. Joseph Andrews, Salem, Commanding Officer of the Sixth Regir 
ment. 

Joseph Andrews, Salem, Colonel. 

Benjamin Brown, Marblehead, Lt. Colonel, 

William Saunders, Salem, Major. 

Henry Herrltt, Salem, Adjutant. 

John G. Willis, Salem. Quartermaster. 

Edward B. Felrson, Salem, Surgeon. 

David Dana, jr. Lawrence. Surgeon's Mate. 

Rev. J. W. Thompson, Salem, Chaplain. 

In the sixth Regiment, there are nine companies of Infantry, and. two 
of Artillery, viz., three of Infantry in Salem, two in Marblehead, two 
in Lawrence, and one each in Beverly and Danvera. The Salem Ar- 
tillery and theKewbaryport Light Guards. 

Company A.Salem Light Infantry. 

William C. Endicott, Captain. 

Richard D. Rogers, \st Lieutenant, Charles F. Bennett, 3d Lieutenant, 
John V. Glover, 3d Lieutenant. 

Company B— Salem Mechanic Light Infantry. 
Benjamin R White, Captain. 

Simeon Flint, ls< Lieutenant. Thomas M. Dix, 2d Lieutenant. Albert 
FoUanabee, 3d Lieutenant. Reuben G. Nelson, 4th Lieutenant* 

Company H— Salem City Guards. 

Jonathan N. Felton, Captain. 

Moses Eastman, 1st Lieutenant. Caleb A. Webster, 2d Lieutenant. £. 
Hathaway, 3d Lieutenant. Wm. Fowler, 4th Lieutenant. 

Divisionary Corps. Salem Independent Cadets, 
Samuel B. Foster, Captain. 

John L. Mark, Captain Lieutenant. Joseph A. Dalton, 1st Lieutenant, 
Charles A. Ropes, 2d Lieutenant. Richard Skinner, jr., Ensign. 

Salem Artillery. 
John W. Rhoades, Certain, 
Samuel Lewis, 2a Lieutenant. Henry Davidson, 4th Lieutenant. 



204 SJLI.EM DIBSCTOBT. 



OENSXTS BETX7RN8. 

We glean the following interesting statistics respecting cor 
city from the returns of the United States Census, which has 
recently been completed under the direction of Mr. Jacob 
Hood. 

SOCIAL STATISTICS. 

ValitaHon. 

Real Estate 54,475,350 

Personal Estate 5,616,060 

Total 510,091,400 
Taxet. 

State None 

County 510,010.44 

City 58,000.00 

568,010.44 
Schools. Thirty public schools, numbering 2,796 scholars, to 
support which, there was raised by taxation, 5^^1^79.92, and 
from the school fund 5695.52 

Private schools 37, with 798 pupils, supported at an expense 
of 510,764. Total number of schools 67, with 3,594 scholars ; 
expenses 533,639.44. This does not include the free erening 
schools of the winter months. 

Churches. There are twenty-three churches or religious 
societies, viz. : — 

4 Orthodox Cong'tion's accommodate 3960 valuation 55,000 

4 Unitarians '^ 

2 Baptists <' 

2 Universalists " 

2 Roman Catholic *< 

2 Friends / * 

1 Protestant Episcopal « 

1 Wesleyan (colored) ** 

1 Bethel '• 

1 Methodist « 

1 Second Advent ** 

1 Free Church *' 

I Alms House *' 



Two or three of the societies have no houses 
but hold their services in halls. 

Libraries. There are in the city 10 public libraries, with an 
aggregate of 23,300 volumes ; 27 private libraries, of over 



2600 


" 105,000 


2000 


« 34,000 


1500 


« 16,000 


1200 


16,000 


1200. 


" 10,800 


600 


16,000 


250 


" 2,500 


400 


2,500 


400 


2,000 


500 




300 




aw 




15.160 


j;259,800 
1 of their own, 


ao housei 



SALEM DIBECTOKT. 205 



1000 volumes each, with an aggregate of 55,650 volumes ; 
public school libraries, with 3,095 volumes ; Sabbath school 
libraries with 3,700 volumes, making a total of 85,745 volumes. 
Besides these there are a number of valuable private libraries, 
comorising between 500 and 1000 volumes, and many of a less 
number, not reckoned in the above aggregate because not 
coming within the requirements of the returns. 

CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES. 
In 1790 the Union consisted of thirteen States, with a popu- 
lation of 3,929,827. 

Years. Ko. of States. Population. 

In 1800 16 6,305,925 

1810 18 7,239,814 

1820 23 9,638,131 

1830 24 12,866,920 

1840 26 17,063,353 

1850 81 21,687,000 by estimate. 

CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS AT VARIOUS 
PERIODS. 
Date. Ponalation. Date. Popnlation. 

1701 70,000 1800 422,845 

1742 164.000 1810 472.040 

1763 241,025 1820 523,287 

1765 227,926 1830 610,408 

1776 348,004 1840 737.700 

1784 357,510 1850 994,665 

1790 378,787 

RECAPITULATION. 

1850. 1840. 

Suffolk Coonty.... 144,520 95J73 

Essex 131,307 94,987 

Middlesex 161,385 106,611 

Worcester 130,817 95,313 

Hampshire 35,714 30,897 

Hampden i 51,285 37,366 

FrankUn 30,869 28,812 

Berkshire 49,596 41,745 

Norfolk ..••• 79,000 53,140 

Plymouth 55,699 47,373 

Bristol 76,2(r2 60,165 

Barnstable 35,279 82,548 

Nantacket 8452 9012 

Dukes .• 4540 9958 

Total, 994,665 737,700 



206 BAXEM DIBECTOBT. 

CENSUS OF ESSEX COUNTY. 1850. 1840. 

Amesbury 3143 2471 

Andover 6945 6207 

Beverly 5376 4689 

Boxford 982 942 

Bradford 1328 2222 

Danyers 8110 5020 

Essex 1585 1450 

Georgetown 2052 1540 

Gloucester 7805 5356 

Groveland 1286 

Hamilton 889 818 

Haverhill 5877 4336 

Ipswich 3349 3000 

Lawrence 8283 •... 

Lynn 14,257 9367 

Lynnfield 1723 707 

Manchester 1638 1355 

Marblehead 6167 5575 

Methuen 2543 2251 

Middleton 832 657 

Newbury 4426 3789 

Newburyport 9572 7161 

Rockport 3255 2650 

Rowley 1075 1207 

Salem 20,263 15,082 

Salisbury 3100 2739 

Saugus 1552 1098 

Topsfield 1171 1059 

Wenham 977 689 

WestNewbury 1746 1560 

131,307 94,987 
CENSUS OF THE CITY OF SALEM, JUNE 1, 1850. 
In Ward 1, 4,897 ; Ward 2, 4,160 ; Ward 3, 6,243 ; Ward 4, 
4,963. Total, 20,263. 

NUMBER OF DEATHS IN SALEM IN 1850. 
The number of deaths in Salem, during the year 1850, was 
345 ; of which 174 were males, and 171 females. Of these, 37 
were seventy years old and upwards ; 24 rising eighty ; and 2 
ninety-four and upwards, viz. : Mr. Aaron Purbeck, aged nine- 
ty-four years and ten months — the oldest person at the time 
of his death in the city ; and Mrs. Marv Porter, aged ninety- 
four. The deaths at the Aims-House during the last year are 
not included in the above table. 



8ALEX DIUBCTOBT. 207 



WEAI/CH OF MASSAOHUSEITB. 

Old Mctssachtuetts has ever taken the lead in what is great, 
good, useful and profitable. She established the first school 
in the United States, the first academy, and the first cc liege. 
She set up the first press, printed the first book, and the first 
newspaper. She manufactured the first cloth and the first 
paper. She planted the first apple tree, and caught the first 
whale. She coined the first money and hoisted the first national 
flag. She made the first canal and the first railroad. She sent 
the first ship to discover the islands and continents in the 
South Sea. She fired the first gun in the Revolution, and 
put her hand first to the Declaration of Independence. 

Massachusetts has paid during the last ten years, three mil- 
lions of dollars for common schools, bounties, asylums, and 
other matters not coming under the head of ordinary State 
expenses, to say nothinf^ of what she has done with a State 
tax during the whole time of only 51^*000. Can another 
State be pointed out which has done so much for the public 
interest, at so little public cost? And where is she now? 
Reaping the reward of her energy and perseverance. It is no 
exaggeration to state, that the people of Massachusetts are at 
this moment better fed, dothea, eaucated, and governed, than 
any other nine hundred thousand persons, taken collectively, 
on the face of the globe. 

Massachusetts has 134,041 Dwelling Houses, (in 1840, 96.5,50.) 
337 Cotton Factories, having 10,220,752 spindles. 
Idl Woollen Factories, ** 208,848 " 
9 Linen Factories. «* 3,984 " . . 

18 Sik and Calico Works. 
23 Bleacheries. 
718 Grist Mills. 
1605 Saw Mills. 
16 Small Arm Factories. 
. 836 Slitting Mills and Nail Machines. 
114 Paper Mills. 
208 Iron Works and Furnaces. 
64 Oil Factories. 
459 other Mills. 

Tillage land 300,269 acres, pasturing 1,311,210 acres, unim- 
pioved land 715,291 acres, unimprovable 257,029 acres, covered 
with water 169,117 acres. Massachusetts has also upwards of 
950 miles of Railroad. 



208 



SALEM DIRECTOBT. 




MANSION HOUSE, 

J. 8. LEATITT, PSOFBIETOB, 

I. A. MERRIAM, .... Superintendent, 

NO. 188 ESSEX STREET, 



8ALBK DXBBCTOBT. 



200 




J. S. LEAVHT, Proprietor. 
No. 176 Essex Street; Salem. 



This Honse it centnUy loeated on Ximx Strtet, and is th« genenl 
head-quarters for bosineaa men. It has excellent accommodations, and 
(Aiarges reasonable. 

Coaehes are in readiness to oonrey passengers to and from the Depot 
at alt hoDrs. 

There is also a good Livery Stable in the rear of the Hotel, wfiere fine 
Horses and easy Carriages may be found. iLlso, Stabllag for Horses on 



210 



BALKM iLDYBBTISBMBNTB. 




BROWNE & PRICE, 
No. 226 ESSEX STEEET, SALEM, WiSB., 

Wholesale and Befcail Dealers In 

Drags, Medicines, Chemicals & Fancj Articles, 

AND 

ISiLBtDnPiCKDVTITlEISlES ^W IPSlEinnEnSlET. 

The Personal attention of one of the Partners given at all times to the 
preparation of PEKScaiPTiONS, and to the dispensing of Family Mkdioivbb. 

All articles sold by them are warranted as to genuineness and purity, 
and all articles for Family use will be dettyered neatly and oonspicuoudy 
Ubelled. 

B. fc P. mannlhctnre and put up a great Tariety of EssnroBSf Steupb, 
Sbduti PowniRS, &A., &c., for shipping. They are Agents for the 
Harrard Shakers for the sale of their Hkrbb, Extracts and other articles. 

07- EUROPEAN LEECHES constantly on hand. Also, TRUSSES, 
SHOULDER-BRACES and ABDOMINAL SUPPORTERS. 

B. P. BROWNE, O. H. FRIOB. 



SALEM ADVBBTISEMBNTS. 



211 




JAMES EMERTON, 
DRUGS, CHEMICALS AND PEBFUUER¥, 

(SIQN OF PARACELSUS,) 

123 Essex, Comer of Elm Street. 

Pardcolar attention giyen to the dispensing of Family Medicines, and 
putting up and replenishing 

HT S ID n © tt KT IE (D IB IE S !P S . 

wr Townsend'i, Sand's, BulVi and Shaker's Sanaparira; Harrison's FeristalUcs 
and all the popular Patent Medicines, Essences ot all kinds, Seidlltz Powders, 
Ston^ton's Elixir, Lemon Syrap, Concentrated Lemon Juice, Cherry Cordial, and 
SarsapariiU Mead put up and securely packed fbr Shipping at short notice. 



212 8ALBM ADYSKTISBMENT8. 




EMERSON & WHITMORE, 
No. 146 Bowker Plac^e, Essex St., Salem* 



A good assortments of Piano Fortes, Musical Instruments 
and Sheet Music of every description. 

Church Music Books, Olee Books, Juvenile Singing Books, 
Instruction Books in Harmony and Thorough Bass, Piano- 
Forte Instruction Books ; together vrith every variety of Mu- 
sic usually found in a Music Store. A good assortment of 
Canes and Umhrellas. Also, Piano Fortes to Let. 



I. D. SHEPARD, 

Anetioneer and 'ommissioii Merchant, 

Beal Estate, Stodc, and Inanranoe Broker, 

AGENT FOR THE 

Amexican Live Stock Insaraiiee Comp'7, 

OFFICE, No. 34 FRONT STREET. 



4. W^ Hfiei«T®R'$ 

DAGUERREOTYPE MINIATURE 

NO. 182 BSSBX STREET, SALEM. 

Mlniataxes taken in any veatber, single or In groups, and warranted 
not to fade. The publte are invited to call and examine specimens. Per- 
fect gatiattotl o n given, or no charge. Prices, from one dollar upwards. 



SALEM ADYEBTISEMBNTS. 



213 



JAMES STONE« JR., ILD. 

APOTHECARY, 

81 La&yette St, Soath Salem. 



PKOPRIKTOR or 

Dr. 0to*.c1i Celebnted Coogh Mixture. 

Abo, Drientery and Diarrhoea Cor- 

dial, Tooth Ache Drops, ftc. 



C. C. JORDAN'S 



. ROOMS, 

Ve. 158 Sssez Street, 

Opposite the Post Office, Up Stairs, 

SALEM, MASS. 



CHAS. H. rmXHAlf, 

AKD S 

APOTHBCART, 

No. 989 ESSEX STREET. 

CoMtantiy oo hand, lupplles of the bet t 
Familjr Medicines, ^ancy Articles 
and Perfumery, 
aician's Prescriptions eoreflilly 



Lines, Cords, &e., 

MABI AKD rOB BALI AT THl 

FACTORY OF 

JOSEPH CHISHOLM, 

18 South, 0pp. Harbor St 

Houu, 7 PONS n. 



JOHN B. FATTEH, UJ). 

ELECTROPATHIC 

ABB 

Ko. ip CBOHBIE STEEET. 

\0* Botanic Medicines Ibr sale. 



8. & JOHNSOir, 

AUCTIONEER COMMISSION 

jubrchaivTi 
14 Front St. 6u 10 Derby Sq. 

A general assortmentof Watches, Jew- 
elry, Dry And Fancy OoodsL ftc, Ac. 
onstantly on han , at WholeMle and 
KelaiL 



NATHAN PEIRCE, 

STOCK, LOAN & COLLECTION OFFICE, 

Vo. 165 Essex Street, . . . City Hews Boom. 

1 

stocks bought and sold on Commission at Priyate Sale. 

Banic, Insurance, and Road Stock. 

State and City Scrip. 



J 



214 



SVLBM ADYBRTI8SMENT8. 



GEORGE NICHOLS, 
AICTIOXEER, COSIHISSIORf MERCHANT, 

Stocky Real Estate and Insnrajioe Broker, 

DEALER IN 

FLOUR. W. I. GOODS, CROCKERY ft GLASS WARE. ftC, 

ALSO, AOKNT FOB THS 8ALI OF 

Alum, Bine Yitrol, Nitrie, Muriatio and Sulplmrio Aoids, 
of the beet quality. 

OFFICB, No. 4a IVASHUVGTOJBr STRBST. 



JOHN SIMON, 



llairafitofcareB and has for Bale 
a large assortment of 

CONFECTIONERY! 

Lozenges f Wedding Cakes and other 

rich Pastry, of every variety^ Ice 

Creams^ Water Ices, Preserves, 

Jellies, Jams, Soda, Syrups, ^c. 

WHOLSSALK AND RXTAU, 

IVo. 160 ISSSEX STRBBT. 



{^ All orders addressed to the 
Manu&ctarer will be promptly at- 
tended to. 

(£7*' Families supplied at their 
houses, and Parties accommodated 
on farorable terjis. 



JOHN UASKS & 80K, 

DEALEBS IN 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 

SJLVXS. 

AND 

CHOICE FAMILY 8TOBE8, 
No. fist Bttex Street. 



Also, an Ice Oream and Refreshment 
Saloon for Ladies and Gentlemen 



LEONABB PBATT, 

BREAD, CAKE, AND PASTRT 

S A S B &9 

]Vo. 99 BROWN STRBBT. 

Fancy Cake of erery description, 

constantly on hand. Wedding 

Cake made to order at the 

shortest notice. 

N. B. Brown Bread and Beans baked 
every Saturday night. 



GEORGE H. MUNROE, 
BAKER, 

No. 68 WASHINGTON STBEET. 

BALLS, PARTIES AND VAMILIEa, ftarnlshed at .hort notloe, and on 



8ALEM ADYEKTI8EMENT8. 



215 



J. G. JACKSON, 

MANVFAOTUBSB OF 

Vulcanized High Finished India Rubber 
ISO. 28 WARD STBEET, SALEM, MASS. 



O. TALVLES. &. 00. 



DULEBS nt 



AND 

RUBBERS, 

m. 216 ESSEX STBEET, 

SAILiISIllIo 



QEOaQE W. IiilE, 

DIALER IN 

BOOTS, SHOES & RUBBERS, 

or XTEKr DESORIPnON, 

For Ladies, Oentlemen, Misses 
and Children. 

Vine, Coiner of Liberty Street. 

Booti and Shoea mode to order. Re- 
jNdring done at vhort notice, In the best 

style. 



S. UENOERSON, JR. 

DBALKR IN 

Boots, Shoes & Rubbers. 

BOOTS AND SHOES SOLED. 

Ko. 21 St. Peter Street. 



Boots and Shoes made to order in the 
best manner. Bepairing done at short 
notice. 



EBEN BUSWELL, 

HaaufMtont A BcUilar of 

BOOTS, SHOES, 



OP EVEHY DESOBIPnON, 

Ko. 196 Essex Street. 



JAMES CLARE, 

HORSE SHOER, 

Pear of the Mansion House. 



Orders for Horse Shoeiug executed 
in tlie best manner. 



CHABLES WILKIKS, ^ 

HORSE SHOER, 

Ko. 28 Liberty Street, 

ALSO, 

BLACKSMITH WORK 

done, in ali its branches. 



A share of public patronage respect* 
mily solicited. 



210 



SALBK AOTBBTiaBMBim. 



BROWir ft VBTGS, 

Airs 

BUILDERS, 

No. 7 WAliNUT 8TREBT, 

8 ALEM. 
TEOBHDIKE KNIGHT, 

SARPBHTBR 

AKD 

BUILDER, 

Ko. 74 WashingtoiL Street, 
(Near the Essex B. R. Depot.) 

IC^ All orders Ibr Jobbing, of oTery 
deeoription, promptly irttendBd to. 



GEOBGE H. WAKKEH, 

— AWD — 

BVII«DEB, 

Vo. ZOH KOBTH STREET, 

(Near the head of Forrester St.) 



STOVBS^ 

Cleaned, Lined and «K^ 



Locks & Door Knobs! 

Sqp«ix«d, ft K£T8 nued. W^SIS 
kxtA eveiT deccripdon oT JOBBINO, 
in the anore line, d<Mi«atihort no- 
tloe,on reaaonable terms. 

O. B. HUTOHINSON, 

No, 28 Neptune Street, 
At B. FnUei^ Ha WareMannftetory. 



8. 0. OANFOKTH, 

©zf^lEiFIEKlTlll^ 

Air D 

BUILDER, 

Xargin, Near Endieott Street, 
8 ALEM. 



DEAN STILES, 

AND 

BUILDER, 

No. 23 HARBOR 8TBEET, 
SOUTH SALEM. 

ID* Orden promptly eBBOuted. 



JOHN KASUBY, 

SHIP CARPENTER, 

TUCILI3R*S WHARF. 

IRON, BED ft JACK SCREWS 
Furnished, for raising Ships, Houses 
and Baildings of every descrip- 
tion, at short notice, and on 
reasonable terms. 



WM. O. HALE, 

a£PAnix& or 

Clocks, Locks, Keys, 

Umbrellas, Parasols, Spirit Levels, 
Door Bells, Door Flates, &c. 

No. 8K ST. PETER STREET. 



ICT* Orders thankfVilly rsoelred, 
and promptly executed. An assort- 
ment of TRIMMINGS on hand. 



BAhm. ASTXBTUBKBNm. 



aiT 



JAMES KIMBALL, 
CHAIB DEALER & MANUFACTURER 

No. Ill Essex Street, Salem. 

Chairs of every description, for the Foreign and Do- 
xnestle trade, constantly on hand. 

AIM, Mitnaftetaier of ** KIMBALL'S IMPROTED " SCHOOL DESK 
and CHAIB. SCHOOL FURNtTtJUS of eTSzy description 
' mairaftctax«d to order. 



HENBY HUBOlf , 

Coffin Warehouse, 



No. 94 Charter Street. 

OOmNaeoDftaatbr qq limd.orTui- 
I Wbadf, and GRAVE CLOTHES 
■ iOitnotiee. FURNITURE 
iiecuienes, 12 Ohasttr St 



JOSEPH GOODHUE, 

RENOVATOR, 

(At ^ Old Stand of 0. W. ICat,) 

Ho, 874 Esstz Street. 



'VN/\/\.'\/\/\/\.^V/\/\A 



EMaSMSOMf 19 LDiOV STBIQ. 



KAHHIHG & SAB6EHT, 

iTttmitiire atrlr fcaHii^x 



Ho. 98e B88EX STRBBT, 
(Ovpoiite Mtdumlo H^) 



CmffilERS' TABLES HADE TO 

4^0S« J 



( AND WARRANTED. 



ALEIANMSDONiLOSOK, 
PUMP & BLOCK 

Ha < JTKWUJIJt 8XBSBI. 



/VA,'VA/W/>./>b/W 



R^^trlnff, or all MAdSi 

PROXPTLT ATTXHDXn TO. 



m 



JOSEPH NEWELL, 

8asb, Blind & Door Manafaetorer, 

HO. 7 FBOHT STBEET. 



Window ft Door Fnmet, Glased Suhei k Falited Blifldi, 
An RBDvoaD PKieiw. 

■^ RiMhtMnaM tBTitod t«uU*Mid emaliM. X( 



218 SALBM ADYEBXnEXENTS. 

4 ADAMS ftBICHABSSON, 
No. 907 Bsicx Strcety 
. Importen and Dealers in 

FOREIGSf AND DOMESTIC HARDWARE, 



a 





CUT NAILS, 

ZINC, SHEET LEAD, 

WMtk(S lLi(sai(Sl, 

LEAD FIFE, FTJHFS, &o. 

— Alio — 

AGENTS FOft FAIBBANKS' 




r 



PLATFORM SCALES. 



SAIOSK ADYB&TI8BKBNT8. 



219 



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QD 



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HEIVRY IIAI<E, 

IKPOSTKB AVD DBALKB IV 

HARDWARE GOODS, AND CUTLERY, 

FOBEIGN AND D0MB8TIC. 

HOUSBXBEPnfa ARTIOLES AND TANOY GOODS, 

AgriadturcU Tools and Phughs^ Plough Castings^ Friction RoUers. and 

Crankft Iron and Copper Pumps and Lead Pipe^ Camphene, 



CAMPHiENE 

FLUID 
LAH PS» 

Hangltsg. Side k Atlteai, 
A Great Variety of Styles. 




6IRAN DOLES, 

With elegant Cut Drofw, 
Broase, Onnola fc Sihrer 

OUT 

GLASS, 

BBITANSIA, 

. j^ m^n#i ^M Brass and Japanned 

Beamiijia Patterns, 

Gupenten' Todi and Hdnte Trimmliin, Shoe Maken* Toob, Nalb, Thread 
and FMt. BoHer Door* and Oven MrmOtf, Farnaeea, Cast Iron Hollow Ware, 
Tuba, Faflfl, Mali, Gut Naili, Emeiy, Zine, Lead, Japan acd Sponge Blacking, m. 



S20 



SALfeH ADTSRTISSMENtS. 



S.G.ftE.A.8IM0NDS, 

DwlsniA 

Croekeiy and Hardware, 

WINDOW GLASS, 

Paper Hangings, Soiar and Sntry 

L&rnps, ffhiie Lead, OU, Drg 

and Oround Paints, ^c 

VO. 32 FRONT 8TBEBT. 



WOLXAKC 0HA8E, 

IlnpoRlerof 

Hardware and Gutleiyi 

AadDMOcria 
Glm aod Soiar Ludiml Amcrinn Hud- 
ware, fladdl«r]r,lRNi* Wooden Ware, 
Windov GlaM, Sheet Lead, Lead 
ripe, Storee, Olne, Ac. 

206 Bim STREET, 

Oppodto the Market. 

llMlte li« 8d*«f WknaiV* Mtt^A OoolJi« 

B^n% Md «b« Fiawt Atmiwphwln Cbnm. 



WILLIAM BARNES, Agent, 

—Dealer in-— 

GAS PIPES 6u FXZTURBS. 



>•^•^/v^/v^>^/v'^/v%AA/v^/^/v^/^/^/^/^/^J* 



The Citizens of Salem, in want of Gas Pipes and Fixtures, 
for conducting and burning Gas in their dwellings, stores, fac- 
tories, halls, churches, &o., will find at Store, 

Bowker Place, .... IM . . . .-Essex Street, 

A LABOB ASSO&TMBNT OF 

CHANDELIERS, PENDANTS, BRACKETS, &o. 

from the best manu&otories in the countzr, which are offered 
for sale on the most reasonable terms, for Cash. Also, 

Steam, Oas and Water Pipes, Cooks, Valves, fte. 

Of all sizes, constantly on hand, together with a large assort- 
ment of Fittings, which will be sold to order or put up in the 
most substantiia manner, and on correct princ^iles. 



JOSEPH A. ARRINGTON, 
OOOPBR, 

No. 20 PBABODY STREET, 
SOUTH 8ALCM. 

Brerything tn the Coopering lioe 
ezeoatedinthebefltrtyle. Casks, 
Barrels and Kegs oonstaotly on 
hand. Orders punctually 
" " to. 



THOMAS ROUNDET, 
MiNnfiCTURER OF EEG8, 

Ho. 10 La&yette Strctet^ 



AUk>, casks, and ill kinds of ar- 
ticles in the Coopering line, made 
to order, and Repairing done at 
short notice. 



BAZJnC AOTBBTUEHBNtB. 



221 



JACKMAN & GOSS, 
Fonadenii Copp6mnithfl| 

PLUHBERS, 

Head of PliUllps Wharf, 

SALEM. 

AQUEDUCT PIPE 

Pat up to order tt short notice. 



L. ft A. OLAFP, 

SAWING k WOOMnRNIKG. 

Sweep and Faaej Sawing 

OTaaUlidk. 

Fence Fal«L Stair BaanMen and Cm- 
tain Stickf, conitant^ on hand. 

oountB ov 

Front A I<afhyette Sis* 



JOHN CLARKE & SON, 




No. 4 Bt. Peter Street, Salem, 

Airu 

Ho* 116 Court St* Boston, 

JUHOTAOTUSIBfl OV 

Force Pmnps, Water Closets, 

Tnps fcr Sniiis, fiiaks, fto. 



yv^A-'w^^•w^i-w^>^/w>/■ 



BRASS COOKS, of aU riiM. A gemral BMortimnt of tnrtlBlei in the 

above line, oonstantlj on hand. 

ITT" All orders, in Olty or Ooontry, promptly attended to. 



WH. H. KIGBOIS, 
COOPER, 

BrooklLOiiie*g Whart 



Coopering of allUnds done in the 
boat saaanMr. on leaaonabla tema. 
CASKS & BARRELS constantly on 
hand. Ordeia promptly attended to. 



FLORINOE, ^AtlLEf & CO. 

ManulbotiirMn Of 

Ho. 86 CMar Bt twA Balm. 

\0^ All orders answered with 



SAX.BM ADTBBXISBMBmt. 



RICHAKD M. CHIFMIN. 
Tin PIATI t 8IEBT ISDN 

WO^RKERf 
866 E88BX 8TBEET. 



lO^ AU kinds of Work in his lin« 
done in « ftittifiil and superior 



JOHN T. ROPES ft 00. 



StoTes, StoTe Pipe, 

TOGS WAI^S, &©. 
Hos. 17 and 19 FroiLt Street, 
SALEM. 



jomr T. BOPI8, ) 

WM. S0PB8. j 



347 ESSEX STREET, 347 

A. M. & E. M. CHIPMAN, 

TDKi wikM (km mmi Di®Ki 

MANUFAOTUBEBS, 

Keep eonetently Ibr sale, all Unds of TIN WABB, with a general as- 
sortment or HOUSBHOLD AKTIOIJBS, of the rery best qualitji whldi 
will be ftimlBhed to order. 

Also, — the Hat Bathing Pan, and Pneumatic Shower Bath— excellent 
articles Ibr the season, and very cheap. Also, Bath Tubs, of ra^us 
slses and pattenu, such as cannot be fimnd elsewhere in the city. 

Gutters, Oonductors, and Goose Necks, for Houms— together with all 
articles belon^ng to the trade, mann&otured by us. 

Particular piersonal attention paid to Roqfing HouseSf Porehes^ Fiax' 
zeUf ^e., with Tor, Zino, or Lkad, in the best manner, and warranted — 
and at as low a price as can be done in the city or elsewhere. 

FURNACE WORK, 

Of all kinds, done In the most sciendflo manner — of which we hate bad 
mneh experience. 



HORATIO B. PERRY, 
aUN & LOOK SMITH, 

BJmAJBTKY strbbt» 

Head of Webb'k WhaiH 

Bepairing done in the best manner, 

and keys fitted, &c., on reason- 

ble terms. Orders prompt- 

]y attended to. 



SAMUEL KEBIP, 

Ho. 541 C«immerel«l Street, 

BOSTON. 



8ALBM ABlrBRTISSmSNTB. 



CUSHMAN & FLINT, 
MASONS, 

NO. 1» FISH STRBBT. 



MASON WORK, of every deKirlptian, 
done in a thorough imd workman- 
like^^ 



HOT-AIR FURNACES, COOKING 
RANGES, ftcftuniihed at mannfiustnr- 
en' prioet, and eet to order In the beet 
manner. 



WBL. & BOBSBTSr 

Ho. 18 8t Pettt Street 

Contracts for Bailding solicited. 

Orders promptly attended to, and 

all work done in the most 



RANQE8 & FURNACES 

Fumlihed and pnt np to order. 



N. & T. H. FKOTHINGHAM, 

MaTinlhctarew and Dealeit fa 
[ COOXIHG, PABLOB, OFFICB&STOBl 

AV9 A LABOB ASSOBflMBBT OV 

COOEINO RANGES 

ABB 

HOT-AIR FURNACES, 

For Heating and Ventilating DweSUnga, Storar, 

Ohnrches and PnbUo Buildings. Also, 

a complete assortment of 

Hsdenberg's Patent Poitable Ventilating Tumaoes. 

Partlaiilar attention giTen to Warming and Tentilating Buildings, and 

curing Smoky Chimneys. TIN, 8HBST IRON and OOPPJSB 

WORK, of all kinds, done to order. 

NO. 29 & 31 FRONT BTRBlftr. 




OHAS. A. BEABBOBir, 

Dealer In 
CoolclMify Parlor A OA«« 



And Maaaftotorer or all kinds of 

!, Tin and Sheet Iron Worl 

Bo. 119 Boston Street 

A]«o» HoUow WaijB, C^psr, Iron and 
Wooden Pumpe. 



Copper, 



RUSSELL & WHITE, 
MASONS, 

ST. FBTBRS COURT, 



Tarious Maes, together with the 
flxtnrasi fttmnhed aft Mann 
prices. 

FsMioaUur attentiott palA to seWng 
Fumaoes. 



224 



84.LB1C ADTBRTISElfBMTS, 



F0B3S& li» VBICB, 

DST 8OODS1 lIlinrERT, 

Trfaamingt, &o. 
No. »iO BiMX 0tr«et« 

J. X. POBTn. A. 1. PBIOB. 



HOBIXRT, 

eiOm THRBID AND YARN 

»TORE, 

Ho. ft36 Sssez Btreety 

BALBU. 



0BA8. X, BBIIiX^ 

NKw Toms; 

Lace, TrimnuBgy Hosieiy 

— Ajr»— 

FANCY GOODS STORE, 
No. 148 Bssaa; 9t7e0t, 
SALEM. 

BHOBA SLinniEB, 

Dealer in 
DOMBSTIC AND FANCY 

OCRMAN WORSTCDOf 
OiookMTy CUus Wat*, Toys, «». 



w. &r B. waufh 

Ho. 288 Eiiex BtiMt, Salem, 

Four Dooti eboTC Washington BL 



FOBXI&K «p BOBSSnO 

OORBXAHTLT W BAHB, 

Readjr Citstoiii Made 

FA8II0NABIE (URllENTS, 

FOR BOYS. 

AUO 

Boys' Clotliiiig Cut & Made border. 



PKtleiilar ettentton paid to fhe 

Seleetimi of Ifatetiali fbr 

Boya' Wear. 

Wnxux HxtL. BoBSBT Hex. 



P. HozriU «p H. M. Walkw, 

— AHB — 

FAneir ciaeiis, 

No. 246 Buseis 0t. 

STRAW BONNBTS Oleonied and 
. BepaireO. 

8. W. ROBERTSON, i CO. 

BCAMUVACnnUBEUB, 

No. 44 Boston Street, 
SAtEM. 



SALEM ADTEBTISEMENTS. 



225 



FEBXIN8 & BBOWN, 

Dealers in 

Ready-Made Clothing, 

Boots, Shoes, Hots. Capi, Trunks, 

B«ainen*s Chests, Umbrellas, 

and a laiige assortment of 

Furnisbing: Goods, 

Wholesale and BeUiL 

No8. 1 Neptune & 86 Union SI. 

MumfMitniwfl of ud Wboicaale 
DEALERS IN CLOTHING. 



GEORGE H. SMITE, 

NEiv yorh: 
Clothing b Famishing 

WAREHOUSE, 

coaREB or 

Front and Washington Sts. 

Near the Eastern R. R. Depot. 



GEORGE Y. SIBLEY, 

DSALEB IS 

©1L©TIKID[MI© 

AND 

FarnisMngr Goods, 

OOKNXB OF 

Central & Charter Sts. Salem. 



Boarding House 

BY E. GRIFFEN, 

Corner of Liberty k Vine Sts. 

SALEM. 



This Ilouse is established for the 
accommodation of Seamen, either 
by the week or day, and is worthy 
their attention. Seamen are inyited 
to call and examine for themselres. 

ALSO, A SHIPPINa OFFICE. 

OLOTHIINQ, 

or ALL KINDS, FOR SALB. 



BEN J. EDWARDS, 

Tailor and Draper, 

And Wholenle ft BetaU Dealer in 

Cloths, ClothiDg& Furnishing Goods 

Consisting of 

Hosiery, Glores, Scarflp, Cravats, Saspen- 
ders. Stocks, Shirts, Undei^Shirts, 

I Drawers, Bosoms, Collars, && 

No. 10 Front Street, Salem. 



SMITH & COLE, 

And Dealers in 

Fiimishingr Goods, 

No. 244 Essex Street. 

K. P. SMITH. J. D. COLE. 



SAMUEL G. JONES, 

T Ai II L Q' R D 

And Dealer in 

CLOTHS, CASS1MERE8 & TAIL- 
ORS' TRIMMINGS. 
Auo, tk larje tnd eomp'ete •««rtmeiit of 

BEADY MADE CLOTHING 
And Furnishing Goods, con- 
stantly on hand. 
IVO. 8 FROXT STRBBT. 



226 



SALBM ADYBBTISBIIBNTS. 



WH. A. FUSBECK, 

Merchant Tailor^ 

267 Esaez Street, 

SAIL IS Bio 



DANIEIi POTTER, 

CARRIAGE SMITH, 

And Manofacturer of 

Iron Fence aod Balustrades, 

WEST PLACE. 

Particular attention paid to all 

kinds of IRON WORE for 

Buildings. 



EDWABD D. LOBnrO, 

Coach and Chaise MannfactnreL 

WEST "PLACE, 
Bear of th« Mansion Honse. 

REPAIRING done in the best man- 
ner, at short notice. 



THADDETTS OSGOOD. 

Chaise and Harness Maker, 

WEST PLACE, 
Bear of the Mansion House. 

HARNESSES 

Constanfly on hand, and made to order 

in the beat manner. REFAIBIKa 

done at short notice. 



JOHN E. WBBB, 

Tailor and Draper, 

And Dealer in 

OexLtg' Enrnisliiiig Goocto, 

NO. 197 ESSEX STBEET, 

SALEM. 



HENBY 0. TurxiiE, 

HARNESS BAKER, 

No. 36 Boston Street. 

HARNESSES 

Constantly on hand and made to order* 

Blankets, Horse Ololfas, fto. 
REPAIRING done at short notice. 



EBEN. G. BURBANK, 

Oarriage nanu&ctnrer, 

-WEST FliACB, 

I^HAit or THB ICARSIOir HOUBB. 

Carriages, ef Tarions kinds, for 
sale, and built to order at short no- 
tice, on the most reasonable terms. 

Particular attention paid to Re- 
pairing and Tarnishing. 



AMOS lENFIEID, 

WHEELWRIGHT, 

CABRIAGE MAKER, 

Endieott, N«ar Hill Street. 



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BALBK ADYEBTISBMSNTS. 



227 



LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S 

No. 18 TT^ashington Street. 

Wigs, Ilalf-Wigs, Bands, Frizetts & Curls, on hand and made to order. 
Old Hair Cleansed, and made to look as handsome as new. 
The Hair-Work Iband at this Store is of the best quality, and irill be 
sold cheaper than erer before offered in Salem. 
Particular attention giren to Yentilating Gentlemen's Wigs. 
Also, the Champootaig of Ladies, and the Cutting of Children's Hair. 
MISS M. J. REMOND, MRS. G. BABCOCK. 

Aore open Day and Evening, 



GEa H. HOVEY, 

FASHIONABLE 

3ULZ31 aaissssa, 

Vo. 5^ Liberty Street. 



HOTXY'S OLEAOINOUS FLUID, 

For the reproduction and pres- 
eryadon of the Hair. 



JAKES BABOOOEl 

Shaving and Hair 

DBESSIH6 BOOM, 

Nb. 16 Washington Street, 

UP BTAIBtU 

Hair Cutting, Cnrlisff, Champooing 
and Shaving done ezpemtionsljr and in 
the best nuuuMT. 



J. H. FUTNAH, 

BAIB ffiOVV&B 

AND 

WIQ MAKER, 

no. 176)^ essex street. 

mrsT^putSTam, 
LABIB8' HAnt DSESSEB, 

AaaMaaafkntawroff 
kAIR WORK, 

No. 176^ Eases Street. 



JOSEPH S. ROWE, 

Hair CDtting, Curling, Shaving, 

— AW) — 

CHAMPOCHNG SALOON, 

Oomer of Easez and Washing- 
ton Sts., up stairs. 

Cologne, Oils, Razors, Ac. Gonstaat- 

ly on hand. Raaors Honed, 

and ^rananted. 



JOHN CASSELL, 
Hair Dressing & Champooing 

SAZadDdDSf^ 

No. 7yi Washington Street, 
Weat dde, near the Entexn R. R. Depot 



Raaors honed in the hest manner, 
and at short notice. 



EENR7 BROWN, 

Grayegtone and Honnmeilt 

Ko. 7 Turner, near Essex St. 



Marble Chimney Pieces made to order. 

Free Stone and Soas Stone Work, 

ofaUUnds. Stovei Lined 

at ihort notice. 



228 



SALEM ADVERTISEMENTS. 



D. & J. FUL8IFER, 

Dealers in 

Paints, Oils, Window-Glass, 

GLAZED SASHES, &0. 
No. 535 Front Street. 

AIm, have fiw lale at their Mannfiustoiy, 
No. 14 North Streeti 



Llaraeass 
»ETINO, 



asaortment of PAINTED CAR. 



PETINO, of any dimensioni within 86 
feet long by 18 wide, without any leam. 



MARS LOWD, 

rainter, Glazier, Grainer, 

— AND — 

PAPER HANGER. 

HO. 8 irOSTH 8TBEET. 

Paints. Oils, Glass, Glazed Sashes, 
Window Blinds, &e. for Sale. 



PHILIP ABBOT, JB. 

Painter, Glazier, Grainer, 

AND 

PAPER HANGER, 
NO. CHURCH STRBET, 

Bear of the Essex House. 

For Sale, all kinds of GLAZED 

SASHES, WINDOW BLINDS, 

Paints, Oils, Glass, &c. 



NICHOLS & PULSIPEB, 

HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS. 

PAPER HANGERS, 
OlazierBi Grainers, Marblersi Bco, 

OYXB 

Ko. 61 Boston Street, 

S. F. Nichols, \ OAR CM 

C. H. Pulsifer.j oAlLtiVl. 



JOHN G. FELT, 
HOUSE, SHIP & SIGN 

IPMW^IBIRp 

HO. 27 FBOHT STBEET. 

For Sale, all kinds of 

Glazed Sashes, Window Blinds, 

PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, &0. 



N. FUL8IFER, 

MuarMtnm of 

PAnVTED CARPETS, 

And Dealer in 

PAINTS, OIL, WINDOW GLASS, 

Glazed Sashes, &c. 

HO. 9 SPBIHe STBEET. 

All Orders faithfullj attended to. 



JOSEPH MANSFIELD, 
House b Sign Fainter, 

Glazier & Paper Hanger. 

Imitation of WOOD i MARBLE. 

No. 9 liafayette Street. 



SAMDEL BOLES, JB. 

SILK AKB WOOLEH 

DYE R. 

Bonnets and Hats Bleached and Pressed. 

"dTe^^ho^dseT" 

7 Franklin St. North Salem. 

Offici, No. 236 Essbz Strskx. 

WILLIAM cutler, 

Agent fbr Danven. 



SALEM ADYEBTISEMENTS. 



229 



HUMFHHE? OOOE, 

FASHIONABLE 

mat, Cap and Fur 

ESTABLISHMENT, 

No. 233 Essex Street, 

Corner of Washlogton St. 



HENK7 B. SMITH, 

Dealer in all Idndi of 

LUMBER, 

Clapboards, Shisgles, Pickets, 

Blind Slats, Laths, &c. 
Kos. 8, 5 and 7 Water Street. 



ISBElY N. PRICE, 

Manttfkctorer and Wholesale ft BetaQ Dealer hi 




Saddles, Bridles, Valises, Carpet Bags, Whips, Bobes, Blankets, 

Nets, and every article for me accommodation of Traye^lers, 

constantly on hand. 

No. 237 Essex, near ^Washington St. 



BEKJAMDr L. WINK, 

DKALXB nr 

Bottled Porter, Ale, 

CIDER AND SMALL BEER, 

CORNKB or 

Front & Washington Streets. 
Sent to any part of the City. 



FERZIN8 SWAIN, 



No. 3 Water Street. 



Q:^ Jobbing of all kinds promptly 
attended to. 



SALBM ADTBRTISBMENTS. 



8. CHAKBEBLAIK&SOir, 

SKAIXHS IH 

West Indi^ Ooods, 

OHOICB TEAlS, &e., &o., 

WholcnleftBetefl, 

NO. 24 FBOr«T STBBET, 

Comer ot Derby Bqaare. 



BROOKS &. WEBSTEB, 

DEALERS nt 

West India Goods, 

TEA.8, ftO. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

Ko. 131 En«x street. 



1. WiLKEB, JR. & CO. 

(Suoceaiors to Abbot Wal!cer,) 
ZMPOBTEBS or 

Wines & Liquors, 

NO. 5 DERB7 SQUARE. 



JOHN O. WILSON, 



WINES, LIQUORS 

— AK» — 

NO. »3 FRONT STRBBT. 



JAMES KING, 

DXALBB IH 

CHOICE FAMILY 



NO. Jil VINB STRBBT. 



ENOCH E. NOTES, 



West India OoodSj 

. OfaUkindB. 

Crockery- and 61as» IVare, 

NO. 6 FRONT STREET. 

Goods delivered to any part of the tity^ 



WM. O. BARTON, 

DXALEE IH 

West India Goods, 

Choice TeaSf Fruit, &o. 

NO. S BROWN STREET. 

Also, Dealer in W£NHAU LAKE 

n (s iSo 

Families supplied to order. 



DANIEL B. GiBDSEB, 

WPOBTES or 

WINES, LIQUORS 



HO. 1* VSkOST STBMBrr. 



8ALBU ADYBBTISBMBNTS. 



231 



J, a HOWABB &. CO. 

9XALU8 nr 

West India Goods 

AKD 

SHIP CHANDLEEY, 
No. 135 Derby Street 



HOWABD & BICKER, 

Wholeealfl Dealers in 

West India Goods, 

PROVISIONS, fte. 
Ho« 110 Derlyy Street, 

Head Central Wharfl 



AUGUSTUS T. BROOKS, 



COAL, 

WIST INDIA GOODS, ETC. 

No. 117 Derby Street, 
Head of Central Wliarf. 



N. H. BROOKS. 

Dealer In 

West India Goods, 

BOOTS, SHOES, fco. 
No. 26 Water Street 



SANGER ft KETROLDS, 

bxALERs ur 

Teas, l¥e I. Goods, 



FLOUR AND QRAIN, 
Ho. 80 front Street, 

Comer of Derby 84. 
Geo. F. Sangtr. MoMt a Beynoldt. 



R W. BOPES & CO. 

Dealen In 

FLOUR, fiRAIiV, &c. 

Ho. 11 Water Street 

Pork, Lard, Batter, Cheeee, Beans, 
Dried Apples, &c. 



BATTI8 «p BROWN, 

lUBaflwtataES k Impattsn of 

C93 £L s" SI Qf» 03 

And Dealers In aU kinds ot 
laca/and ManuAtctured 

'ir(DlBA(D(D(IDo 

Also, oonstantiv on hand, a sood assort- 
ment of W. I. Goods and Groc<iries. 

No. 110 Derby Street, 

BI«BortlM8«otUahCUer. 



New Variety Store. 

SAMTTEL S. WHXISTOIT, 
5a Bndleott St. 

W. I. GOODS k GROCERIES. 

And yarloos other articles. 

SAWS CUT, SET AND FILED. 

For Sale, Saws of yarions kinds. 



SALBM ADTBaTISEMBNTB. 



HAUMKEAG MAKKBT. 

DlNliLTyWRENCE, 

MULSR » 

Ho* 41 Derby Street. 

Bntiar, Ghceae, Beaut, FIcklat. Dried ft 

Green Apples, Vinegar, Lard. Fbto- 

toes. Fork, Eggs, Bacon, Ac. 

oonatanUy on hand. 



Howaid Eating Saloon. 



JOHN N. MARTIN, 
85 MABKET SQUABE, 

- AND 

16 and 18 Front Street 



Meals serred up at all houTS of the 

day and evening. Oyster and 

Clam Chowders every evening. 



F. FRIEND, 

Refreshment Saloon, 

Ho. 17 Market Square. 

Refreshments served up at all hours 
of the day and evening. Par- 
ticular attention paid to 

B AITI NQ HORSES. 
JOSEPH B. MORRIS, 

Essei Oyster Saloon, 

Entranoe^through the Mansion 
House Arch. 

OyBters, Porter, Ale and Cider 

of the choicest kindi. 

Steak, Broiled Chicken, Ham and Eggs. 

Booms for Private Parties and Scp- 
pers furnished. 



CENTRAL HAREET, 

Ho. 116 Derby St. 
JOHN G. PLANDER, 

9KAUB nr 

FlOVICiOHC, 

Keeps constantlr on hand, a lam as- 
sortment of Heats, Vegetables, 
Egp and Jruits. 

Goods sent to any part of the city. 



SOUTH MARKET, 

87 Lafayette St. South Salem. 

PICKERING &HOLDEN, 

DXALEB8 nr 

Proyisions & Prodnce 

OF THX BEST QUALITT. 
Goods delivered to any part of the city. 



JOSEPH OLDSON. 

Bestorator and Refreshment 

SAIL(D(DH9 
Ho. 6 WaaUngton Street 

FRUIT, pIeTaM) cake, 

or XVBBT VAUSTTi 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 



JOHN 8. PAIGE, 

Oyster & Refreshment 
8AL00N9 

Ho. 20 Derby Square. 

Oyster and Clam CHOWSEB, every 
evening. 

Porter, Ale and Older. 



SALEM ADYBBTISEMENTS. 



233 



LEMUEL B. HATCH, 

Dealer in 


JOHN DIKE, 


Coal, Wood, Bark, 

HAY, &e. 
No. U3 Derby Street. 


Dealer in 

COAL, WOOD, 

BARE, HAY, k k 


A general assortment constantly 
on hand, of the hest quaUty, at the 
lowest market Prices. 


Wo. 33 Water Street, 

SALEM. 


LOTT ALDEN, 


JACOB L SOSGE, 


DSALEB IN 


SBAUB lit 


WOOD, BARK. 


WOOD, COAL 


LUimSER^ 


AND 


NO. 121 DERBY STBBET, 




SAIL IS BI. 


Dodge's Wharf, South Salem. 


J. M. FARNHAM, 


ELEAZEH AUSTIN. 


SEALER nf 


Dealer in Southern ft Eastern 


LUmBER AND UOIE, 


LUMBER, 


No. 12 Fuh Street 


Of all kinds, 


LUMBER OF ALL KINDS 


No. 16 Lafkyette Street. 

SOUTH SALEM. 


Constantly on hand. 


Clapboards, Pickets, Shingles, Laths, &c 



NOTXCE. 

WIIililAM REED, Respectfally gives notice to the Citizens of 
Salem and Ticinity, that he still continues his former line of busi- 
ness, as follows: Wlndoivs IVashecl. Carpets Cleaned, 

Dirt and Coal Ashes remored from Tards and Cellars, Billets or Cards 
circulated according to order ; also. Bills for money, or Notes of Hand 
collected. 
N. B. Crockery and Glass Ware careflilly pecked for transportation. The best 



of Oat and Barley Straw, will be kept on hand for filling beds, at the subscriber's 
zvsidenos, NO. 48 BUFFUM STHEKT, NORTH SALEM. A Slate, ' ' 



> receiye 



I orders, hann in the entry way of Whipple ft Feilows' Furniture Ware Booms, 
lOQESSfaCTSTREET. 



234 



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BAKUEL 8. 8TAKDLET1 

Mo. 13 Front Street, 
Dealer in 

Floor, Com, Rye, Oats, 

MEAL, 

ShortB, Lime, Oement, Bricks, Sand, 

Wood, Coal, Bark, Plaater, 

Cedar Posts, Baj. 



NEW STORE! 

The nnderalnied !• eonitanQy reoelYin^ 
from U. B. Bonded WarehouM^ choice 

Brandy, Rom, Gin k Wines, 

Sherry, Port, Madeira, Mnscat, Port 

Juice, tanall wanmnted to be as 

pnre as when imported. 

Abo, Domestie Ltquon, Alcohol, Cherrj 

Jaiee,*e. For Sale at 

No. 15, East Side of Market Hbtoe. 
STEPHEN HARADEK. 



PRIME. KENNY & CO. 

WHOLX8ALK AND ERAIL SEALKB8 UT 

XSahogajiy and Fancy Woodj 

Sawing and Tnrnlng executed to order. 

AIM, SIAUCE8 IS 

GRAIN AND MEAL, 
AT THE CITY HILLS, 37 MILL STBEET, SAIEH. 

And Dealers in 

Mahogany, Fancy Wood & Furniture, 

Mahogany Branch, Mottled and Plain Veneers : Bosewood, 
Zebra, Black Widnut, Satin, and Maple Veneers ; Span- 
ish and Southern Cedar and Mahogany ; Cherry and 
Black Walnut Boards ; Plank and Joist. 
AT THEIR WARBROOMS, 

Noo 14 Cbarlestown Street, Boston. 



J. L. SHSABMAITS 

Ladies' k Gentlenien's 
Oyster and Ice Cream 

SALOON, 

14 Derby Sq. & 5 Higginson Sq. 

N. B. Caterer for Public Dinnen, Sup- 
pen, BaUs, Ck>tUUon Parties, MUitary 
and Fishuig Excuniona , Etc 



T. W. GWINN, 

Dealer in 

¥. I. Goods, Groceries 

— AKD — 

No. 410 Essex Street; 

Comer of Boaton Street. 



8AXEM ABTERTIBEMENTS. 235 



SALEM 

FURNITURE AND FEATHER 



NO. 205i ESSEX STREET, 

Seeond Door East from the Market. 

MANUPACTOET, NO. 29 LAFATETTE STBEET. 
JOSTEPH UTALIilSy Proprietor. 

Trnnltaie, FeatherSf Mattresses, Looking Glasses, Clocks, and every 
article usually found in this line of business, will be sold at the lowest 

CASH PRICES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

A large assortment of Solhs, Sofa Beds, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Secretaries, 
Cane Seat and Common Chairs ; Mahogany, Rocking and Parlor Chairs ; 
Flag Seat and Children's Toy Chairs ; Settees and Settee Cradles ; Wash 
Stands, Swing and Toilet Glasses ; Ilair, Mop and Palm Leaf Mattresses ; 
Fancy Boxes, Etc., constantly on hand. 

Also, for Sale, PALM LEAF, for filUng under Beds, the best article now 
in use, constantly on hand and for sale as aboTe. MATTUESSES man- 
ulhctured to order at short notice, and warranted. 

FURNITURB manu&ctured to order at short notice, In the beet 
manner, and most &shionable style. 




No. 212 ESSEX STREET, 

AND 

NO. 9 HAMILTON ST. 

SMITH & MANNING, 
PROPRIETORS. 



Buggi4s, Chaise f PKaetoru, BarouekeSj CarryoXls, 9fc. eonstatUly <mhand. 
SADDLE HORSES, for Ladies and Gentlemen. Parties and Funerals 
furnished at short notice. 



8AI.BM ADTBBTISEHBNTS. 



W. & S- B. lYES, 

8TEABNS' BUIIDIHG, Opposite Eailroad Station^ 

232 E88EX STREET, 

BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS 



AND DEALinS IN 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

Writing Papers of every description ; Blank Account 
Books Knled and Bonnd in tiie best manner. 

BOOK BINDINO 

In all its Tariety, done with neatness and despatch. 



WILLIAM PORTER, 



No. 1 Market Court, Salem. 

EVERY VARIETY OF 

LETTER PRESS PRINTING 

EXECTITED KEATLY AND PEOMPTLY. 

THE ESSEX COUNTY FREEMAN, 

GILBERT L. STBEETEB, EDITOR. 

A SEMI-WEEKLY FREE SOIL NEWSPAPER, 

Is Published at this Office, on Wednesday and Saturday Moninga. 
TERMS, $3 per Annum, in advanu. 



BALEM ADYEBTISEMENTS. 



237 



BOOK, JOB i^ND FANCY 



Executed at the Office of the 

SALEM GAZETTE, 

AND 

^»»tv (tounts MtvtuvSf 

m THE BEST STYLE AND ON FAVORABLE TERMS. 

THE BALEM GAZETTE, 

Established, Weekly ^ 1768/ Semi- Weekly, 1798/ Tri-Weeiay, 1847, 
Is printed on Tuesday and Friday mornings, and Saturday afternoons, at 
Four Dollars a Year. The length of time which it has been 
before the public, and the extensive circulation it has obtained for the 
larger part of a century, render it unnecessary here to enter into a for- 
mal exposition of its character. The intention is that it shall always 
contain the most Important foreign and domestic intelligence, political, 
moral and literary ; original communications upon all subjects connectea 
with the public welfare ; a fall and correct shipping list ; business ad- 
Tertlsements ; and, in short, eyerything that is usually found and ex- 
pected in a Family Newspaper. 

The large country circulation of the Gazette, (including the Mercury, 
in which all new adyertisements of the Gazette are published,) renders it 
parUcularly raluable as a medium for the publication of Probate adver- 
tisements, sales of Keal Estate, and other notices of interest to the farm- 
ing population. 

THE ESSEX COUNTY MERCORY or WEEKLY SALEM GAZETTE, 

Established A. D. 1832, 

la made up from the reading matter of the Salem Gazette, and is one of 
the largest and cheapest papers in New England. The Subscription price 
is One Dollar and Fifty Cents a Year, when paid in ad- 
yance. The quantity of reading afforded is much greater than is usually 
found in a Newspaper ; and, as it circulates extensively in all parts of 
the county of Essex, particular pains are taken to present all the local 
matters of the County. The Mercury is published every Wednesday 
morning ; the price, when not paid in advance, is Two Dollars a Year, 
payable semi-annually. 

NO. 191 ESSEX STREET, 

• Opposite the " Mansion Ilouse Hotel." 



I 

J 



238 



8A.LBH ABTERTISBMBNTB. 



J. PBRLEY, Jr. & CO. 

Wbotenl* k BetaO DMlosta 

Books, Statiooery fc iBsiCi 

ALSO, 

Bookbinder! and Blank Book 

HannfiBMstiirerf, 
No. 18D and 191 Essex Street, 



J. PXRLET, JR. 



L. CHANDLER & CO. 
BEiLiBs nr 

Newspapers and Periodieals 

Of aU kinds. Alw, •gents for the 

BOSTON DAILT AV9 WIBKLT MAIL. 

L. Ca Go. bay* alio eonneeted With thdr 

EitBhBfhment, • REFRESHMENT 

ROOM, k«epon strict tem- 

pennee principles. 

No. 4 WASIUNGTON 8TBSBT, 
New the R.R. Button. 



THi: SAIiEn REGISTER 

Wat Established in the year 1800, and is Published on Mon- 
days and Thursdays, at No. 185 Essex, cor. of Central St. 

By JOHN CHAPMAN and CHAS. W. PALFRAY, 

Termt^ $4.00 per year,— $8.50, if paid in advance. 

TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 

Advertisements of more than half a square, 51-^ ^o' three 
insertions, once a weeH, or in three papers in succession, at 
the option of the advertiser. 16$ cents for every additional in- 
sertion. 

Advertisements not exceeding half a square, ]|fl.00 for three 
insertions as above. 12i| cents for every ad^tional insertion. 

For notices of meetings, cards of acknowledgements, &c., 
for one insertion, 61 cents. The privilege of annual Adver- 
tisers i3 limited to ^eir own immediate business. Advertise- 
ments ordered to be published in the inside, 10 per cent, ex- 
tra will be charged for each insertion. 

JOB PBINTING, OF EVSRT DESCBIPflOK, 

neatly and expeditiously done at ^is Office. 



FRANKLIN GRANT, 

Bookseller, Stationer and Bookbinder, 

Merrimack Block, JackBoa St., Lawrence^ 
Has for sale a large assortment of PAPER UANOINOS : Alao, Blank 
^f*J.'» F'*'*°f;„^'!°'*°S» *°* Wrapping Papers ; Bibles in every variety 
of Binding; Window Shades, Fire Board Prints, Sheet Musto, Hymn 
-Books, Prayer Books, School Books and School Stationery 



I 



8ALBM ADYB&TUBMBNTB. 



PRINTINB ESTABLISHMENT, 

Ho. 228 Essex St Steams' Building, 

Opposite the Eastern Rail Road Depot. 



This Office being furnished with all the desirable modem IMPROV* 
BD FAST PRBSSEIS, adapted to eyexy description of Work, ftom 
a Poster^ down to the genteel Vistt Card^ together with an ample supply 
of well chosen rarieties of handsome, Plain and Fancy JOB TTPSS 
AND BORDBRS, the Proprietors belieye that their facilities for 
exeeuting every description of 



Axe such as to enable them to answer all orders to the entire satisfaction 

of those who may favor them with their patronage. They are 

prepared to execute promptly, and at as 

Low Prices as any OiBce In (he City, 

Posters, Shop Bills, Programmes, Catalognes, 

Bill Heads, Blanks, Books and Pamphlets, 

Business, Visiting, Ticket & Check Cards, 

Plain or Fancy Labels, &o. 

WILLIAM WES. QEORGE W, PEASE. 



THE SALEM OBSERVER 

Is published at the above office evcTy Saturday morning. It is the design 
of the PubUshers to give a condensed summary of the latest foreign and 
domestic intelligence, and such local matters of importance, as will be 
found interesting to the public. Its large and increasing circulation, 
both in this City and County, renders it a most desirable medium for Ad- 
vertising. TEllMS: eJ9 per Aimiim» in advance. 



240 SALEM ADYEBTISEMEMTS. 



E. OUHHIEH, 

AND DEALER IN 

FINE GOLD AND SILVER 

WATCHES, 

Silver Spoons, Gold, Silyer & Steel 

SFEOTAOLES, Suo. 
NO. 181 ESSEX STREET. 



WILLIAM ABCHEB, JB. 

Watches, Jewelry, 

— AND — 

NO. 188 BSSBX STRBBT, 
Mansion House Block. 



Watches ofeyeiy description, replied 
and warranted. Jewelry manufactured 
to order in a superior sty i« at short notice. 



BOOKS, CHARTS & STATIONERY. 
HEW R^ir wlTip P I* E, 

190 Essex street, Salem, 

Keeps almys for Sale, a large and general assortment of 

Law, School and Miscellaneons Books, 

BLANK ACCOUNT BOOKS, 

OV ETEKY VARIETY, HADE AND RULED TO ORDER. 

Charts of every part of the World, the latest and best editions published in Eng- 
land and America. NAUTICAL BOOKS, of aU kinds, Lunar Tables, &o. 

ENGLISH, FBENGH, AND AMEBICAN STATIONEBT, 

An extensive assortment. Writing Desks and Cases, Inks of all kinds. Gold and 
Bteel Pens, Pencil Cases, Pocket Books and Porte Monnaies, Initial Seals * WafJers, 
Drawing Paper and Pencils, together with alarve stock ot USEFUL AND FANCY 
ARTICX.es, usually found in a Stationery Store. HOUSE PAPERS andBORr 
DERS of all prices and quaUties, Carpet and Curtain PAPER of the best quality. 
Subscriptions received tbr all AMERICAN PERIODICALS, and the numbers 
promptly delivered as soon as Umitd from the Press. 



Sasb, Blind & Door Mannfactory. 

WnUAM FHELFS & SONS, 

Continue to manufacture, at their Establishment, No. 12 
__ Federal Street, the aboTe articles in all their yarietj, of 
superior quality and finish, and at as low prices as the same quality ean 
be furnished elsewhere. 

N. B. GLAZED SASHES and PAINTED BLINDS constanUy on hand. 



ffl 

DD 



SALEM ADYEBTISBMBNTfi. 241 

J. C. & H. COGSWELL, 

OrFXB rOB 8ALI 

AT NO. 179 ESSEX STBEET, 
Plated & Britannia Ware & Fancy Gooda. 

GLOGKS AND WATCHES REPAIRED. 



E. E. LAKEMAN, 

DXALEB m 

Watehes, Jewelry, 

Lamps, Caadelalnras, 
A1?D FANCY GOODS, 

180 Essex Street, 

SAicanc. 



JE88E SMITH, 

WATflH HAKBft 

No. 262 Essex Street, 

And DMlei la Gold and SQTer, Lerer 
■ad Lepine 

ITATCHES, Ac. 

AlM. Bluine Ghronometen, fiaiometen. 
Thermometer*, Nautical Almanacs, Spy 
QlaneSfftcfte. Chroncnaeten adjoBted 
and rates ascertained by Tnuuit OlMer* 



SMITH & CHAMBERLAIN, 

Mannfitftnrera ft Dealen in 

Rieh Jewelry, Watches & Fancy Goods, 

KBKP OONBTAITTLT FOB BALE 

Gold GhiardaBd Vest Chains, Doable and Singla Locket^ Bracelets, Tinger and 

Ear Rings, Breast Fins, Keys, Pftns, Pencils, Stods, Slides. Silver THble, Tea, 

Dessert, Sugar, Mustard and Salt Spoons. Butter Knires, Ladles, Combs. 

Thimbles. Ftendis. SUver, Hated and Britannia Ware. Shell, Buflkks 

Horn and Ivory Combs, Pocket Books, I'urses, etc. etc 

N. B. Ail kinds of Jewelry and Silver Ware made to order and REPAIRED in 

a superior manner and wamnted. Old Gold or Jewelry made over and exchanged 

for new. Watches repaired by an experienced workman. 

201 Essex St., Hblyoke Plaoe, 5 Doors East of the Market 

No. 18 UTaslitiiston Street, 

HATE OPENED AT THEIR STORE A LOT OF 

GENUINE FRENCH PERFUMERY, 

— SUCH AS 

Pommadet, Colognes, Lavendem, OiLi and Soapt, together with Toys, 

BvCBalo, Horn, Back and Dresdng Combs, and a yariety of other 

NEW GOODS, too nnmerons to speellV. 

ALSO, a tnA artfcle to be used fbr changing gray hair buck or brown. The 

Store win be open at ail liours of the day and evening. 

MISS M. J. BBMOND. MRS. O. BABOOOK. 

21 



242 



8ALEM JLDYBaTISBMEirrS. 



W. Ifc BOWDOIN, 

Surgeon Ulentbt 

Booms, 208 Essex St 



JOHN G. LTJSCOMB, 

Dealer in 
OOIiD AND SILVER 

Jewelry and Faney Goods, 

147 Essex Street. 



FIETH & CLAEK, 

SIALIBS IN ALL KINDS 07 

a(D^3a^\?^ ^mm^^ \?/t\Qa^, 

Lace, Huslliis, Embroideries, 

TAFFETA AND SATIN RIBBONS, 

Englishf French^ German and American 

No. 174 Essex St, S^ of the Big Stocking, 

iP^x'^'^iJARK. } SALEM. 

ONi: PRICE ONLY. 



T. LISTER, 

Boston Astrologer, 

No. 25 Iiowell Street, 



Boston Directory 

AND 

STATISTICAL OFFICE, 

91 vrasbington Street. 

GEOEGE ADAHS, 

PKOPSnTOB. 



MNVERS DIEECTOEY. 

i ye«.T introdnce into the Salem Directory a few pages 
g some matters relating to Panvers. This U confined 
to South Danvers, for want of the time to give the business of 
the other two important villages. Another y^ar, we hope to 
give the business of the whole town complete, together with 
some interesting facts concerning its history. It has long been 
noted for the manufacture of leather and shoes. In the State 
there are 388 tan-houses ; of these hiding-places Dangers pos- 
sesses nearly fifty. Sho has 3,340 tan-vats^ in which 350,000 
hides are tanned in the year ; her currying estaMi^ments turn 
out yearly 212,500 sides of leather, and half a million morocco 
skins are annuaEy dressed. This thrivii^ town has many 
other sources of productive industry. 

DANVERB TOWN OFFICERS -185L 

ModeraJtor — Lewis Allen . 

Town Clerk — Joseph Shed, Ofiice at A. Town's, druggist. 

Town Treasurer — Francis Baker. 

Collector of Taxes — William "Wolcott, Allen's buildin|^, 
Main street. 

Selectmen and Assessors — Lewis Allei^ Richard Osborn, 
Samuel Preston, Kendall Osborn, and Francis Dodge, Office, 
Allen's building, Main street. 

Overseers of the Poor— Wingate Merrfll, Levi Preston, and 
Eben G. Berry. 

School Committee — Milton P. Braman, Thomas P. Field, 
James "W. Putnam, Frank P. Appleton, James Fletcher, 
Alfred A. Abbott, Moses Black, jr., S. Augustus Lord, and 
Joseph Osgood. 

Firewards — George Porter, Beiriamia Huntington, John 
Dodge, Charles A. Bearborn, John K. Langley, Richard Hood, 
John V. Stevens, Daniel Osborn, Alfred Fellows, Eben Sutton, 
Benjamin Peabody, and Wyatt B. Woodman. 

Constables — William Wolcott, Andrew Torr, Morris C. Obey, 
Elijah Pope, Benjamin Upton, P. R. Basford, and Thomas 
Bowen. 



246 DANYERB DZBBCTOBT. 



Fence Viewers — Joseph Brown, Nathaniel Pope, Joseph 
Merrill, and Simon Putnam. 

Sierveyors of Lumber — George Porter, Alfred Taylor, and 
Edward T. Waldron. 

Pound-heepera — Edward Buxton, John D. Marshall, Samp- 
son Bowers, and William Peabody. 

HeaUh Committee— AndxeYf Nichols, Joseph Osgood, Edwd. 
T. Waldron, George Osgood, Dr. George Osborn, Ebenezer 
Hunt, and S. A. Lord. 

Field Drivers — Hiram Preston, Edwin Buxton, Morris C. 
Obey, Isaac Hardy, Jacob Welch, Samuel C. Flint, Sampson 
Bowers, Ebenezer P. Colcord, and Asa Gardner. 

TXthitiffmen — Charles B. Fisher, Luther S. Munro, William 
Goodridge, Moses Black, jr., Isaac Munro, John Bagley, 
John Abbott, Nathaniel Sylvester, and Peter Wait. 

Auditors of Accounts — Lewis Allen, Joshua Buxton, jr., and 
Jacob F. Perry. 

Sealer of Weights and Measures — Sylvanus Dodge. 

Surveyors of Highways — Wingate Merrill, Philip L. Osborn, 
James P. King, Adino Page, John Herrick, John G. Walcott, 
Asa Russell, Timothy Fuller, Moses Towne, Daniel Towne, 
James M. Perry, Hiram Preston, William Cook, Allen Jacobs, 
Nathan Tapley, Jesse Tapley, and Daniel Woodman. 

Temperance Committee — Frederick Howe, Dr. Nichols, J. 
W. Proctor, Samuel P. Fowler, Alonzo P. Phillips, Eben Put- 
nam, Francis Phelps, Nathan Tapley, Joseph S. Black, Jona- 
than C. Prescott, James Marsh, Wm. Preston, Joseph Poor, 
jr., E. T. Waldron, and Moses Black, jr. 

DANVERS BANK — MAIN STREET. 
Capital, ;yi60,000. Par Value Shares, ^lOO. 
Directors, Ebenezer Shillaber, President. Caleb L. Frost, 
Ebenezer Sutton, Robert S. Daniels, Dayid Daniels, Joseph 
Shaw, Asa Sawyer, Jonathan King. G. A. Osborn, Cashier, 
D. A. Vamey, Clerk. Discount days — Tuesday sand Fridays. 
Bank hours, from 9 A. M., to 12 M., o'clock, and from 2 to 3 
P.M. 

WARREN BANK — MAIN STREET. 
Capital, 5120,000. Par Value of Shares, 5IOO. 
Directors. Lewis Allen, President. Kendall Osborn, Oliver 
Saunders, Sylvester Osborn, Gilbert Tapley, Benj. Wheeler, 
Levi Preston, Charles Lambert, Franklin Osborne, George 
Osborne. Francis Baker, Cashier. Discount davs, Mondays 
and Thursdays. Bank hours, 9 to 12 A. M., 2 to 3 P. M. 



DANYEBS DniECTO&T. 247 

VILLAGE BANK— NORTH DANVERS. 
Capital, 5120,000. Par Vahie of Shares, 5IOO. 
Moses Putnam, President. Wm. L. Weston, Cashier. 

DANVERS MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. 
Office at Danvers Bank. Annual Meeting Jirst Motiday in Oct. 
Directors. Henry Cook, President. R. S. Daniels, Benjamin 
Wheeler, Oeorge Osborne, Joseph Osgood, Henry Poor, John 
Whitney, John Safford, N. P. C. Patterson. G. A. Osborne, 
Secretary. 

DANVERS MECHANIC INSTITUTE. 
Allen*8 Building, Main Street. EstahlisJied in 1841. 
Officers chosen the first Monday in January. The library 
connected with the Institute contains 2,350 volui^es. 

Officers, Fitch Poole, President. Joseph Poor, Vice Presi- 
dent. Kendall Osborn, Treasurer. Francis Baker, Secretary. 
Oscar Phillips, Librarian. 

CHURCHES. 

Unitarian. Rev. F. P. Appleton, Pastor, William Cut- 
ler, Clerk. 

First Congreqational. Rev. — — , Pastor. George 
A. Osborne, Clerk. 

Second Baptist. Rev. F. A. Willard, Pastor. 0. E. Pope, 
Clerk. 

Methodist. Rev. O. S. Howe, Pastor. 



BUSINESS DIRECTOR?. 

Containing the Trades and Professions arranged Alphabetically. 

BOARDING HOUSE. 
Wallia I. W., LoweU st. 

BOOK SELLERS. 
Chandler A Co., Central 
Dodge Sylvanas, 1 & 2 Allen's bid. 
Danyers sq. 

BOOTS & SHOES. 



APOTHEOARIES. 

ler Thomas A., Main, ] 
Augustas, Main, n. b 

AUOTIONEEES. 



Sweetser Thomas A., Main, n. Park 
Towne Augustas, Main, n. bank 



Shove Squire, Sewall 

Trask Thomas, Main, c. Wallace 



BAKER. 

Stimpson A Floyd, LoweU 

BLACKSMITHS. 

AnnablelT., Main, n. Grove 
Dodge John, Central 
Dole Moses, Washington 



Dealeri. 

Bancroft Thomas, opp. Ill Eoflton 
Dane, Dole & Co., LoweU 
Hobbs Wm. B., Main, opp. P. O. 
Meacom Ebenezer, Main 
Manufaetureri. 



248 



DAirVBBa DI&BCTOBT. 



Daniels David, Wash. c. Main 
Fuller Edward, Main sk. opp. mon 
Oalloap D. B., Lowell 
FhUUpf A. P., Allen's bid., Main 
Potter Charles, Foster 

BOTAKIO MBDIOINES. 
Merrill B. W. opp. 138 Boston 
OABnrET MAKER. 
Eastis Ebenezer, Orove 
CARPENTERS ft BUILDERS. 
Bancroft A Woodbury, Grove 
Merrill Franlilin A., Main 
Preston Abel, Main 
Spauldlng Levi, Grove 
Taylor J. A A.,WaUace 

OARRIAaE BUILDERS. 
Berry Wm., Central , ^ 
Poland Oliver, Washington 
Woodbury Edmund, Lowell 

OLESaYMEN. 

Appleton F. P., Main 
Brunan M. P., North Danvera 
Fletcher James, Danvers Plain 
Howe O. S., Washington 
WillardF. A., Wallace 

OLOTHINO. 
Dane, Dole A Co., Lowell 
Hulen A. S., Main, n. the sqaare 

GOAL ft WOOD. 
Black M. jr., A J. D., New Mills 

OOUNSELLORS. 
Abbott Alfred A., Danv«rs sq. 
Proctor John W., Washington 
OROOKERT WARE, ftc. 
Bancroft Thomas* opp« 111 Boston 
Dexter John, Main, opp. mon. 

CURRIERS. 

[See Tanners & Curriers] 

DENTIST. 

Hays Elijah D., Main, n. opp. P. O. 

DRESS MAKER. 
Bymonds Eliza, Main, opp. mon- 
ament. 

DRY OOODS. 
Batchelder 0. F, Main, n. the bank 
Cutler Wm. opp. 123 Boston 



Dane, Dole A Co. , Lowell 

Daniels R. S. A. Co., Main, 3 doors 
below the monument 

Martin Hannah, Main, ( Qlue Manu- 
factories v BUachenes) 
alker& Upton, Danvers sq. 

Wyman A Barnard, Wallace 

HAIR DRESSERS. 

Mc Vev John, Foster 

Pope o. E., Main 

Turner John H.,^ Main, c. Foster 

HARNESS MAKERS. 

Bnrdlng Wm. opp. 116 Boston 
Cheever Samuel, Central 
Trask Thomas, Main, c. Wallace 

LAST MANUFACTURERS. 
Jackson A Sanger, Spring 

MASONS. 
Bancroft Alpheus, Main 
Manning John, Lowell 
Trask E. D., Main 

MILLWRiaHT. 
Perkins James, Washington 
Whitney John, Chestnut 

MILLINERS. 

Buxton Abby, Main, c. Park 
Ropes M. opp. 120 Boston 
Symonds & Gordon, Main, opp. the 
monument 

MOROCCO DRESSERS. 
Black Wm., New Mills 
Pendar Samuel D., Elm 
Pendar & Brown, Wallace 
Pool A Jacobs, opp. 141 Boston 

PAINTERS. 
Blaney PhlUp, Main, opp. bank 
Hill B. D. jr. Main, c. Grove 
Jewett A Searle, Main, c. Orore 
Osborne, J. W. 10 Park 
Whiden M. L., Central 

PAPER HANGINGS. 
Bancroft Thomas, opp. Ill Boston 

POST OFFICE. 
Dodge Sylvanns, post master, Dea- 
verasq. 

POTTERIES. 

Osborne Richard, Central 
[Reed Joseph, Central 



DANYEBS DIBECTOBY. 



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PHYSICIANS. 
Grovesnor D. A., Danvers Plain 
Hunt Ebcnezer, New Mills 
Lord S. A., Lowell 
Nichols Andrew^ Main, n. the sq. 
Osgood George, Danvers Plain 
Osgood Joaepn, Main, c. Park 
Snow Dr., Tapleyvlllc 

PRODUCE. 
Barker A Catting, Central, c. Mill. 

PROVISIONS. 
Fairfield J. .Main [ ban t 

Patterson N. P. C, Main, near the 
Potter Wm.LCentral 
Sawyer Asa w., Central 

PUBLIC HOUSES. 

Danvers Hotel, J. D. Preston, lien 

tral St. [jitrcet 

Essex HOm Charles Slmonds, Foe te r 

Granite House, J. O. Parker, Lyuib 

field Boad 

PUMP MAKER. 
Feabody, Central st. 

RESTORATORS. 
Crosby George W. 120 Main 
Dolan Wm. F., Central 
Lord Jacob S., Foster 

SASH & BLIND MANUF. 

Davis Henry, Lynnfleld Boad 

SOAP & CANDLES. 

Hndreth Joseph W., Main, near the 

bank 
Shaw Joseph, Grove 

STEAM SAWING AND FLAN- 

INQ. 
Boffum k Clark, Grove 

STONE CUTTERS. 

Brown Samuel, O. B. Boad, near 
Lynnfleld Boad 

Larrabee John A Co., 0. B. Boad, 
n. Lynnfleld Boad 

Newhall Benjamin, O. B. Boad, n. 
Lynnfleld Boad 

Newhall David, O. B. Boad, near 
L3ainfleld Boad 

Putnam David, O. B. Boad, near 
Lynnfleld Boad 

Shaw Wm., O. B. Boad, near Lynn- 
fleld Boail 



TAILORS ft DRAPERS. 

Lord Ephraim, Main 

Thompson G. B. , Main, n. Foster 
TANNERS & CURRIERS. 

Elliot L. W. , Main 

Femald Stephen, Spring 

Gilleon John W., Foster 

Hardy Isaac, Central 

Harris Samuel, Main 

fInr1f;l;Fnfl Jfn^f^ph, Foster 

ulilCOli?; .Ii.-,t|i!i, Tcjrittr 

KJinlHiiU ^ Hh4iL]irilu Foster 

Lltrle VVjik, Fo-stcr 

Mt3Tin>(? IflftriCi Lowell 

ustjtini Uh w. Walrtut 

Oftbom Fi'a^iklhij Faeter 

Ogtioni 3hlilt:fl & Co.f Low oil 

OaLiorn Warren, Lowell 

Finder ^ Brown, Main 

Pi.iol Leonard, Main 

ri."-r Enoch, Cunlral 

Tour Henry, Ccntrjil 

IN ^o r J [jsupii J r , C en tra I 

Ptn^r NutbAti H., Centriil 

Senri^ Joaepti^ JkUiTj [monument 

flouLliwiclt Jfimf'a M^^Maln, opp. 

8t€venA .Folin R, Central 

Tlbbettn M{>racf!, QiprLLg 

Upt(jn h\ > Foster 

TIN PLATE & STOVES. 
Lord John, Lowell 
Bopas Joseph W., North DanveiB 

WATCH ACAEER. 
Conant N. P. 1 A 2 Allen*s Build- 
ing, Danvers sq. 

WEST INDIA GOODS, &o. 
Baldwin Wm. H. 95. O. B. Boad 
Batchelder Oliver F., Main, n. bank 
Dane, Dole & Co., Lowell 
Daniels & Co. .Main, c. Washington 
Dexter John, Main, opp. monument 
Foster Wm. Main, near opp, monu- 
ment 
Lambert & Merrill, Lowell 
Merrill B. W. opp. 18» Boston 
Merrill W. S. A. Co., Lowdl 
Osbom Henry, Central 
Putnam Joseph W., O. B. Boad, c. 
Lynnfleld 

WOOL. 
Black M. Jr. ft J. D., New KiUs 
Blaney Stephen, Foster 
Goodridge BenJ., Foster 
Poole dE Jacobs, Main, op. 114 Bos-j 
ton 



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DANYERS ADYEUTISEMEKTS. 



DAXrVSRS BOOSSTORX3. 

SYLVANUS DODGE, 



- DKALEB I>' - 



CUTLERY AND FANCY GOODS, ' 
NO. 1 & 2 ALLEN'S BUILDING, 



AUOUSTirS TOWHE, 

Dealer in 

Drags & Medicines 

Fancy k Toilet Artick &c. 

MAIN STREETf 
NiAUT opposni Daktxbs Bank. 



THOMAS BANCBOrr, 
Dealer in 

Boots, Shoes and BoliberS) 

Criockory & Glus WaxO) 

AND 

PAPER HANGINGS, 

▲nd ageneal Tuietgr of 

HOUSE FUBNISHING GOODS, 

Opposite 111 Bosion St. 

WM. OUTLER. 

Dealer ia 

Crockery k Glass Ware, 

BOOTS 8l 8HOE8, 

And a generftl ^aaortment of artldes 
for I'kmiiyiue. 

Opposite 128 Boston St. 



T. A. SWEETSEB, 

Druggist & Apothecary, 

MaLay near Park St. 

DANVERS, 

llai on hand, a complete and wellaeleci- 
ed stock ot Family Medidnea. Also, 
Drugs, Chemicals, Foreign leeches, 
Shakers* Herbs, Gums, Adds, 
Dye-Stuflfs, Sponges A gen- 
uine Flatent Medicines. 
Pcrflimery, Toilet Articles A Stationeiy. 
oa^ Ph^rieiftiu' PTMoripttoM aMtmrtdj pB» 
pared bjr ocperiMOGd penoai tA all hovn of th* 
0*7 or nigbt. 



E. S. DANIEIS&CO. 

Dealers in 

Ready-Made CIoMag, 

Carpets, Paper Hanginn, Bilk 
GloTes, BibboDS, &e. 

MAIN STREET, 

Three doors below the Monamenfc. 



E. D. HAYES. 

SURGEON DENTIST, 

Main Street; 

Nearly opposite th« Post Office, 
SOUTH DANYBRS. 





DANYBBS ADYEBTISBMENTS. 251 | 


0, 7. BATCHELBES, 

Dealer la 

Dry Ooods, arocerles, 


IL W. MEBBTjL^ 

Dealer in 

WEST INDIA OOODS, 

— AHn — 




Crockery, Glass Ware, 

BOOTS, SHOES, 

AVD 

AIwgB uaottmtBtorHoiiaeFuBiruHMO Goods. 

Kain St., near the Bank. 


BOTANIC MEDICINES, 

AIM, HanorMtiuwor 

Dysentery & Cholerrf Syrup, 

Opposite 133 Boston Stroet, 
Two Doon East of the Burying Oronnd. 




DANIELS & 00. 


DANE, DOLE & CO. 




Dealers in 


Dealers in 




41^ India Goods, 


sxova^ HSIAO, 




FLOtMs. AND GRAIN, 


Dry Goods, Groceries, 




Choi^Teas, &c. 
WHOLESAM & xlETAIL, 


BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, OAFS, 




Kaine, eomex of Wash. Street, 


Gxockery & Hardware, &c. 




Near the Monument. 


LOWELL STREET. 




J. W. OSBORNE, 


DAVID DANIELS, 




HoDse& Sign Painter, 

Glazier k Paper Hasger, 


BOOT & SHOl 

MANUFACTURER, 

coBinEB or 




Imitations of 


Washington 6u Kain Streets, 




WOOB, ILIBBLE & STONE, 


Near the Monument, 




No. 10 Park, near Main St 


SOUTH DANVERS. 




X H. TURNEB, 

Hair Dressing Saloon, 


OROSBY'S 

OTSssa SAKOosr 




coBiriB or 
Foster and Kain Sts. 


RE8TORATOR, 
NO. 130 BOSTON STREET. 




Cutting, Gnrliogi ShaTing ft Cham- 

poolng, done in a raperior atvle. 

RAZORS HONED, at 

short notice. 


Oysters constantly on hand, of the 
best quality. Refreshments of all 
kinds. GEO. W. CROSBY. | 



252 



DANTBBS ADYBBTISBXBNTS. 



W. S. KSBBnX & 00. 

Dealers in 

Wesf India Goods, 

FLOUR, GRAIN, 

AND 

IiOWKI.1. STRBBT. 

A. 8. HULEN, 

Dealer in 

Ready-Made Glothing 

AHD 

Fnrnisliing Goods, 

ALSO 

Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, 

liSa!n St. near DanTon Sq. 
Boys' Clothing constantly on hand. 



JOHN LORD, 

MiNfMam * DMlor fa 

Stoves, Stove Pipe, 



Comer of 
CHESTNUT & LOWELL 8T8. 

AH kind! of mtrk done in a faitiifol 
and niperior manner. 



JOHN DEXTER, 

Dealer in 

WEST INDIA GOODS, 

GRAIN 8t MEAL, 

Boots, Shoes, Crockery and 

Glass Ware. 

MAIN STRBBT, 

OPPOSITE THE MONUMENT. 



EPHRAIM LORD, 

ISEROHAnr TAILOR, 

AHD SEALEK IN 

Broadoloths, Cassimeres, 

Yestings, &o. 

MAIN STREET, 

NiABLT oppobit/ Darvess Bahk. 

Farficnlar attention paid to entting 
foroChentomake. All orders promptly 
attended to. 



ISSBX HOUSE 

UVEBY STABLE, 
CHAKLES SIMONDS, 

PBO PBISTOX, 

Foster, near Kain Street, 

80T7TH DANTERS. 

FiiTate ft Select Flartiei aooommodatcd 
on reasonable terms. 



LYNITFIELD ROAD, 
JOBTATHAN O. PABKEB, Proprietor. 

This House is pleasantly located, and is admiiably adapted f6r the 
oomfbrt and conTonience of yisitors daring either the Winter or Summer 
months. Srery attention will be paid to Select Parties, which -will be 
\ccommodated at short notice, on favorable terms. 



^ 



«E?fTLEItl£iV'S FVMISBIi\G STORE. 

X ir s I M M o N s r 




IVa/icfSj TrttnLsj Vctii&f,% Cctttfx^ tFmlrtiias^ ^c. 

No. 198 Essex Street, Salem, Mass. 



SB. J. E. FISK, 

DENTIST, 

No. 11 Waskiogton street, 

Xear the RaliroacCSUtloii. 



BK. J. A. SOBINSON, 

SURGEON DENTIST, 

No. 20 Washington St., 
SALEM. 



GOLDSMITH, NEWCOMB & FABJLESS, 

— WaOLBSALB DSALUtS Uf — 




IMP0KTKR8 fHf*^ 

HARD^XTARB, 

And Dealers in 

AsmiKDnnLiPHJiEAiLi nifljPiLisHiiBHirSp 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

NO. 186 ESSEX STREET, 

NaTH'L G0LD8MITU, JE., ) ^ ^ ^ ..^ -v« 

Calm Nbwcomb, S ^ ILi JS ^ 

Jambs A. Farless. ) i^ «»i «jh «— i «« m 



FRANCIS PUTNAM, 

WhalmlcMid B«ua ]>eia«tiB 

Books, Stationery, 

Cutlery k Fancy Articles, 

Manofactorer of Blank Books, 
No. 186>i^ Essex Street, 

(Maiuion Hoiue Block.) 



WILLIAM W. HDRD, 
8VRGE0N DENTIST, 

No. 247 Essex Street, 

SjOlILSIS. 



EOBEBTS l» SMBALL, 

COONSELLORSi ATTORNEYS 

Over 174t Essjx Street, 

^'} SALEM. 



Datid Roberts, 

£. W. KiMBAU. 



BENJ. hAXiG, 

PIANO-FORTE TUNER, 

— AND — 

VISi2L(D!RlIEIK dD? XQHTSIKC. 
FianQ-Fortes for Sale or to Let. 

BBSIDENOE, 

No. 49 liafity-ette Street. 



Orders left at the Bookstores of J. Perley. 

Jr.& Co.,and F. Putnam, will receive 

immediate attention. 



WHIPPLE & FELLOWS, 



199 Essex Street, Salem, Mass. 




LIBRARY 



CHAMBER 

FURNITURE, 
In Oak, Rosewood, Mahogany or Black Walnut, 

In the ANTIQUE OR MODERN STYLES, at short notice and in the hest 
manner. They have on hand a good assortment of Cabinet Furniture, 
consisting of SOFAS, CHAIRS, BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS, and TABLES, 
of every description. Also, LOOKING GLASSES, FEATHERS, MAT- 
TRESSES, and every other article usually found in Furniture Ware 
Rooms, whieh will be sold as low as can be purchased elsewhere. 



WILLIAM LEAVITT. 
Teacher of Navigation 

DT ALL ITS B&AKCHIS, 

No. 16 Bath Street 



JACOB HOOD, 

Surveyor of Land, 

No. 15 Lynde Street. 

Plans neatly and accurately copied, 
Deeds written, &c. 



All orders left at the above place, 
will receive prompt attention.